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Wed, 6 Jan 2010
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linux-fmodapi audio files touched by this commit Music & Sound effects system
head/audio/Makefile
New port: linux-fmodapi

    The FMOD Ex Programmer's API and Designer are a world-leading library
    and toolkit for the creation and playback of interactive audio.
    FMOD products are widely used in the games industry and have gained
    a strong reputation for its ease of use, powerful software-mixed
    architecture and comprehensive cross-platform support.

    FMOD supports more hardware platforms than any other audio system
    - including the latest 'next gen' consoles. Consider the cost savings
    of not having to change code across any platform - Save months of
    development time. FMOD is actively developed, with regular releases
    of new features. Many new requested features have been provided to
    customers in a very short turnaround - if you want a new feature,
    just ask!

    WWW: http://www.fmod.org/

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