Tiny XM-player for linux/win32 (64bit)

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I'm looking for a small (< 5k compiled) .XM-player that compiles under win32 and linux and supports 64bit.

Mini FMOD's asm code is 32bit. Therefore for Mini FMOD the only chance I see is to (re-)port these sources to 64bit c-source.

Are there alternatives? Is there probably a way to embed 32bit asm-code into 64bit binarys?
added on the 2009-12-15 17:03:37 by mueslee mueslee
I remmember something named µXM that had a small footprint but can't really find anything about it on google now. I also remmember that it had the source code available (it was in asm btw) but I don't if it was X64 ready or not.
How about using minifmod without the ASM on 64bit builds?
added on the 2009-12-15 17:26:56 by kusma kusma
added on the 2009-12-15 17:30:58 by p01 p01
http://code.google.com/p/chibi-itplay/ ...afaik it has some compatibility limitations, but might be worth a try
added on the 2009-12-15 17:31:45 by w4rp8 w4rp8
Thanks a lot for your replies. µFMOD uses 32bit asm though.
added on the 2009-12-15 19:40:05 by mueslee mueslee
I just downloaded chibi-itplay. it's based on SDL and is therefore not suitable :(
added on the 2009-12-15 20:02:25 by mueslee mueslee
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added on the 2009-12-16 10:46:25 by mueslee mueslee
SDL is only used for audio i/o ..
so code your own 64-bit audio i/o system. it can't be more than a couple of lines of code.

/dev/dsp programming info.
added on the 2009-12-16 14:18:42 by trc_wm trc_wm
so - may i conclude that you'll spare no expense (time-wise) to wait until someone hands you a fully working solution? just fix/port/write.
added on the 2009-12-16 14:54:51 by superplek superplek
Pure C project, little/big endian ok, 64bit should be ok too. makefile is for amigaos4, but shouldn't be much work to redirect the stream to oss or alsa or else.
added on the 2009-12-16 16:48:54 by krabob krabob