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	Building libsndfile on Win32
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<H1><BR>Building libsndfile on Win32</H1>

<P><B>
Note : For pre-compiled binaries for windows, both for win32 and win64, see the
main web page.
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<P>
There is currently only one way of building libsndfile for Win32 and Win64;
cross compiling from Linux using the MinGW cross compiler.
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<P>
libsndfile is written to be compiled by a compiler which supports large
chunks of the 1999 ISO C Standard.
Unfortunately, the microsoft compiler supports close to nothing of this
standard and hence is not suitable for libsndfile.
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It <b>may</b> be possible to compile libsndfile on windows using the
	<a href="http://www.mingw.org/">MinGW</a>
compiler suite, but I haven't tested that and have no interest in supporting
that.
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