SND_PCM_LIMIT_HW_RAT(9) PCM API SND_PCM_LIMIT_HW_RAT(9)NAME
snd_pcm_limit_hw_rates - determine rate_min/rate_max fields
int snd_pcm_limit_hw_rates(struct snd_pcm_runtime * runtime);
the runtime instance
Determines the rate_min and rate_max fields from the rates bits of the given runtime->hw.
Zero if successful.
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F77(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation F77(3)NAME
ExtUtils::F77 - Simple interface to F77 libs
This module tries to figure out how to link C programs with Fortran subroutines on your system. Basically one must add a list of Fortran
runtime libraries. The problem is their location and name varies with each OS/compiler combination!
This module tries to implement a simple 'rule-of-thumb' database for various flavours of UNIX systems. A simple self-documenting Perl
database of knowledge/code for figuring out how to link for various combinations of OS and compiler is embedded in the modules Perl code.
Please help save the world by sending database entries for your system to firstname.lastname@example.org
The library list which the module returns can be explicitly overridden by setting the environment variable F77LIBS, e.g.
% setenv F77LIBS "-lfoo -lbar"
% perl Makefile.PL
use ExtUtils::F77; # Automatic guess
use ExtUtils::F77 qw(sunos); # Specify system
use ExtUtils::F77 qw(linux g77); # Specify system and compiler
$fortranlibs = ExtUtils::F77->runtime;
The following methods are provided:
Returns a list of F77 runtime libraries.
$fortranlibs = ExtUtils::F77->runtime;
Returns TRUE only if runtime libraries have been found successfully.
Returns true if F77 names have trailing underscores.
Returns command to execute the compiler (e.g. 'f77').
Returns compiler flags.
Test to see if compiler actually works.
More methods will probably be added in the future.
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