Travis Bradshaw 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
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Makefile 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
README.sndserv 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
linux.c 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
sounds.c 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
sounds.h 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
soundsrv.c 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
soundsrv.h 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
soundst.h 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
wadread.c 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago
wadread.h 4eb368a960 The DOOM sources as originally released on December 23, 1997 9 years ago

README.sndserv


This is the soundserver as used by the original
Linuxdoom release. I separated the source from
the actual Linuxduum source. For various reasons
the separate sound process seems to give the
best results - both synchronous and timer driven
output demonstrate glitches. These might either
be timing issues, or introduced by the changes
I made to the linux sound code while merging it
back into the main tree.

Note that neither John Carmack nor Dave Taylor
are responsible for the current sound handling.