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Advanced-Visualization-Studio

This is trying to be a port of Nullsoft's Advanced Visualization Studio. It uses that code as a base to recreate all the features while at the same time rewriting it in, what I hope is, portable C99.

Refer to README.md for more information.

Advanced Visualization Studio

This is trying to be a port of Nullsoft's Advanced Visualization Studio. It uses that code as a base to recreate all the features while at the same time rewriting it in, what I hope is, portable C99.

1 - Documentation

What few docs there are, are in the doc/ directory. There are also comments in source files. I will try to gather related things together.

2 - Licensing

The original code was released under a Modified or 3-clause BSD license. Look at COPYING.Nullsoft for the full details. This project, however, is released under GNU General Public License, version 3. This can be found in full in COPYING.GPLv3.

I am aware that this license may not be the most useful to people who want to use this library. As this project comes closer to being "finished" and there is interest in using it, I will reconsider a change in license. Due to that, if you wish to contribute something I will ask that you agree to license it under some lax license, perhaps one of: ISC, BSD-2, BSD-3, LGPL.

If you want a copy of The original AVS code, ask and I will give you a copy.

3 - Building

Just run make and you will get a library to link into a program. You can change the makefile which has various compile settings at the top. Since I work on an x86 computer I unconditionally use various x86-only settings.

avs.h is the public header to include in your code. Then link with libavs.a. Lua is used in this project so you will also need to link to a Lua library. I have tested that it compiles and links with: Lua 5.1, Lua 5.2, and LuaJIT 2.0.3. So any of those libraries should work fine.