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Maintainer(s) for libsdl2_* libraries for AOS4
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Who is maintaining SDL2 libraries such as libsdl2_net?

I see an entry on OS4Depot.net from 2016.

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EDIT: I guess no one since net is nothing more than a thin wrapper that calls of into the C library. So, updating it is presumably simple.

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Re: Maintainer(s) for libsdl2_* libraries for AOS4
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@rjd324

maybe capehill

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Re: Maintainer(s) for libsdl2_* libraries for AOS4
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@rjd324

Latest mantainer was Michael Trebilcock aka MickJT

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There's no 1 specific person. Whoever gets there first. I can update libSDL2_net if needed.

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@MickJT any possibility of updating sdl_ttf?

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sdl_ttf and sdl2_ttf are already at their latest versions.

sdl_ttf 2.0.11 http://os4depot.net/?function=showfil ... y/graphics/libsdl_ttf.lha

sdl2_ttf 2.20.2 http://os4depot.net/?function=showfil ... /graphics/libsdl2_ttf.lha

It looks like there's an sdl3_ttf but not as a stable release.

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@MickJT wow. Don't know how I missed that. Thanks!

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Howdy,
Any change of including the example code as source and with makefile?

I tried to compile a version of glfont.c that I downloaded off the sdl2 branch on github, but I'm getting heaps of errors along the lines of:
/SDK/local/newlib/lib/libSDL2_ttf.a(libSDL2_ttf_la-SDL_ttf.o): In function `TTF_initFontMetrics':
/home/michael/SDL2_ttf-2.20.2/SDL_ttf.c:1961: undefined reference to 
`FT_MulFix'


and so on (ie, heap of undefined references and pointing to Michael's layout (I'm sure its just been compiled in with debug info)).

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Re: Maintainer(s) for libsdl2_* libraries for AOS4
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@davec555

The issue is that on most other platforms the libraries are Shared Objects. In the case of Linux, SO files. SO files themselves automatically load in their other dependent SO files. For static libraries this is not the case. That is why for Amiga we often need to have a list of explicit "-l" options.

In your case you are missing "-lfreetype" that should go after - at least - "-lSDL2_ttf".

http://os4depot.net/?function=showfil ... /graphics/libfreetype.lha

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@rjd324 Thankyou for the info. Greatly appreciated.

After tracking down all lib references required for the compile, for everyone else's reference, you need to have installed and accessable in your SDK the libs for libfreetype, libharfbuzz libpng16 and libz.

So makefile line would be something like this:
$(CC) glfont.c -o glfont -lSDL2 -lSDL2_ttf -lfreetype -lharfbuzz -lpng16 -lz -lpthread

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