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I'm new to Haskell so I didn't realize it had that much of a
performance issue. If you could find those bindings I'd appreciate it,
at the very least it would give me a starting point on where to go
Jeremy Shaw wrote:
<pre wrap="">At Fri, 03 Dec 2004 10:56:24 -0500,
Jason Bailey wrote:
Would anyone know of packages out there for Haskell that support mp3's
or ogg files?
I have some haskell bindings to libmad somewhere ... I don't remember
how complete they are, but I think i got them to the point that I
could decode and play an mp3. Of course, all the actual decoding work
was being done in libmad, and haskell was just pulling the strings...
I can attempt to dig them up if that would suit your needs...
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