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What is the size of the dll file?

Also, what functions have been added/removed?

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AFAIK, the API is still under review, so what functions will stay or go or what functions will be added is anyone’s guess. The size of the DLL is most likely the same answer as “How long is a piece of string?”

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[quote="Sly":3tbj1h3h]AFAIK, the API is still under review, so what functions will stay or go or what functions will be added is anyone’s guess. The size of the DLL is most likely the same answer as “How long is a piece of string?”[/quote:3tbj1h3h]

I was only expecting an estimation, which can be done.

“The size of the string is about 16 inches.”

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Wow. That has to be one of the longest response times I have ever seen in a forum. :)

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[quote="Sly":2sh6nmxu]Wow. That has to be one of the longest response times I have ever seen in a forum. :)[/quote:2sh6nmxu]
LOL… yeah. I’m horrible at this sort of thing. 😉

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Are those sizes UPX’ed, brett? I know FMod 3.x is.

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Don’t know if this is already so but I read that the complete all in dll is called “fmod4.dll” and the none inclusive dll is also called “fmod4.dll”.
This might be confusing and possibly give some conflicts.
Maybe you could call the complete fmod “fmod4all.dll”.

Think I am going to ask Santa for FMOD4 this year.

Edit: Never mind, didn’t read all posts,

fmodex.dll is the dll with all the codecs compiled in
fmodexp.dll is the dll with no codecs compiled in
as read in http://52.88.2.202/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2969

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