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It's time to dump XAudio 2.7. There's no excuse left.
#1
After messing around in the SPU2-X and doing further research there is absolutely no reason to continue to have code pointed at xaudio2.7 for window 7 when Microsoft has a redistributable version of xaudio2.9 that can be installed on windows 7 and 8.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows...tributable


Quote:A version of XAudio 2.9 is available as a [color=var(--visited)]NuGet package[/color]. Developers can redistribute this version of XAudio 2.9 with their apps. This allows an app to use XAudio 2.9 on older versions of Windows that do no not include XAudio 2.9 as part of the operating system image. Use of this redistributable is preferred over redistributing XAudio 2.7 from the DirectX SDK, as XAudio 2.7 has not been updated since 2010.


by dumping the old versions we actually get to simplify and remove code from the project.
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#2
We are currently in the process of releasing 1.6, we will drop xaudio 2.7 after release.
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(01-24-2020, 02:24 PM)lightningterror Wrote: We are currently in the process of releasing 1.6, we will drop xaudio 2.7 after release.
thank you. it means you shouldn't need to download/install an old seperate directx sdk and can instead compile from the directx sdk that come with visual studio 2019 already.
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