WvStreams is a library suite containing platform-independent C++ networking and utilities libraries for rapid application development.
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Estimated disk space required: 57 MB (additional 43 MB to install documentation)
Estimated build time: 0.77 SBU (additional 0.45 SBU to build documentation)
Required Patch for Tcl: http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/downloads/6.0/wvstreams-4.0.1-tcl84-1.patch
If you have Tcl and SWIG installed and wish to utilize them, apply the following patch and run the autoreconf program:
patch -Np1 -i ../wvstreams-4.0.1-tcl84-1.patch && autoreconf -f
Install WvStreams by running the following commands:
./configure --prefix=/usr \ --sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var && make
If Doxygen is installed and you wish to build the API documentation, issue the following command:
Now, as the root user:
If you built the API documentation, install it using the following commands:
install -v -d -m755 /usr/share/doc/wvstreams-4.0.1/doxy-html && install -v -m644 Docs/doxy-html/* \ /usr/share/doc/wvstreams-4.0.1/doxy-html
--sysconfdir=/etc: This parameter places configuration files in /etc instead of /usr/etc.
--localstatedir=/var: This parameter places uniconfd run-time files in /var/lib instead of /usr/var/lib.
As with most libraries, there is no configuration to do, save that the library directory i.e., /opt/lib or /usr/local/lib should appear in /etc/ld.so.conf so that ldd can find the shared libraries. After checking that this is the case, /sbin/ldconfig should be run while logged in as root.
is a program to interface with the UniConf configuration system.
is a daemon program for the UniConf configuration system.
contains functions that define a hierarchical registry abstraction in the UniConf configuration system.
contains the Base64 encoder and decoder implementations functions.
enables WvStreams programs to easily handle Fast-Fourier transforms, instead of forcing the programmer to use the much harder to use libfftw interface.
enables quick and painless creation of audio streams using the Speex Voice over IP CODEC.
enables quick and painless creation of audio streams using the OggVorbis CODEC.
enables WvStreams to act as the I/O and configuration back end for Qt and KDE.
provides functions for basic streaming I/O support.
contains telephony function routines such as echo cancellation, dc offset removal, automatic gain control, etc.
contains functions required by the WvStreams libraries and utility programs.
contains helper functions for the C++ WvStreams bindings.
Last updated on 2005-02-09 21:20:33 -0700