[SDL] About porting SDL to a simple OS (called uCore)

Sik the hedgehog sik.the.hedgehog at gmail.com
Mon Mar 11 18:03:35 PDT 2013


Actually there's a standard for audio since Microsoft needed it to let
Windows have at least some basic sound support when there aren't any
proper sound drivers installed yet. No idea where's the documentation
for it though.

There are also other standards that evolved over time for the same
reason - mainly because manufacturers got tired of being compatible
with the SoundBlaster 16 :P

2013/3/11, Nathaniel J Fries <nfries88 at yahoo.com>:
> It seems ucore provides everything you need other than video and audio.
> Unfortunately, video and audio are pretty much the point with SDL --
> although SDL can serve many other functions, SDL's stated purpose is for
> dealing with media.
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> You could always implement/port a VGA driver, but you'd only be able to use
> the software renderer (which, in a virtual machine, would be quite slow).
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> Not sure what basic standard there is for audio, if any, though.
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