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IMYplay



This is a program for playing iMelody ringtones (IMY files), conforming to the iMelody specification, as written in doc/imelody.txt. It can also convert IMY ringtones to MIDI files.

IMYplay can use the following libraries to produce sound: the Allegro game library (alleg.sf.net), SDL (Simple DirectMedia Layer; www.libsdl.org), ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture; alsa-project.org), OSS (Open Sound System), libao (xiph.org/ao), PortAudiov19 (www.portaudio.com), PulseAudio (www.pulseaudio.org), JACK1/JACK2 (jackaudio.org), GStreamer (GStreamer.freedesktop.org).

It can also write raw samples to an output file, use the PC-speaker or call an external program on each note.

Requirements for compiling the full version under Un*x:

Type ./configure to configure the program for your system. If you do not wish support for a particular output, give the --enable-SYS=no option to ./configure (SYS=allegro, SDL, ALSA, OSS, LIBAO, PORTAUDIO, PULSEAUDIO, JACK, MIDI, EXEC, GSTREAMER, FILE, SPKR). Run ./configure --help for details.

By default, a flex-based scanner will be generated to parse the input file. If the scanner does not compile for you or works incorrectly, disable it with ./configure --enable-FLEXPARSER=no and recompile imyplay.

If you do NOT wish imyplay to use the network or get the computer's IP address, get LibHideIP>=0.2 and LibNetBlock from one of the addresses: and configure imyplay with ./configure --enable-LIBHIDEIP --enable-LIBNETBLOCK
NOTE: this may cause network sound output to fail.

Type make to compile the program.

Documentation will be compiled, if you have the makeinfo program (texinfo package). Translations will be compiled, if you have the gettext package.

Type make install to install the program.
NOTE: make install is NOT recommended. Create and install an rpm package instead, if possible.

Type info imyplay (after installation) or info doc/imyplay.info (before installation) to get help.

RPM dependencies:

Requirements for automatic compiling the DOS version: To compile under DOS using DJGPP, either enable LFN support or find your GCC's "limits.h" file (NOT the standard one) and change the line
#include "syslimits.h"
to
#include "syslimit.h"
Then run the "dosdist.bat" file.

If you prefer to compile manually (like when you don't have all of the required utilities), then go to the src directory. Change @VERSION@ to the current version number in the imyp_cfg.hin file and rename the file to imyp_cfg.h. Then compile all the files you wish to (the dosfiles.txt file is a good starting point), for example:
gcc -o imyplay.exe *.c -lalleg
The resulting imyplay.exe is the program to use.

System compatibility

IMYplay compiles on the following systems:

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Current version is 1.0.
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