The benchmarks depend on the benchmark library.
If you wish to build the benchmarks you should either build it from source and
install the static library, or use the library from your distribution.
Ubuntu proposes a
libbenchmark-dev package that does this.
Build System #
We use CMake as build system. Current configuration switches for CMake are:
ENABLE_LTO Enable Link Time Optimization [default: ON] SFIZZ_JACK Enable JACK stand-alone build [default: ON] SFIZZ_LV2 Enable LV2 plug-in build [default: ON] SFIZZ_VST Enable VST plug-in build [default: OFF] SFIZZ_BENCHMARKS Enable benchmarks build [default: OFF] SFIZZ_TESTS Enable tests build [default: OFF] SFIZZ_SHARED Enable shared library build [default: ON] SFIZZ_USE_VCPKG Assume that sfizz is build using vcpkg [default: OFF] SFIZZ_STATIC_LIBSNDFILE Link libsndfile statically [default: OFF]
By default this builds and installs:
- The shared library version of sfizz with both C and C++ interfaces
- The JACK client
See the relates sections for building details for:
You can then find the JACK client in
Just specify an
.sfz file as a parameter and you are good to go.
The JACK client client will forcefully connect to the system output,
and open an event input in JACK for you to connect a midi capable software
or hardware (e.g.
If no JACK server is already started it will start one with basic options.
If you already cloned the repository without the
update the submodules manually with
git submodule update --init --recursive
All targets but the LV2 plugin can be disabled using:
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DSFIZZ_JACK=OFF -DSFIZZ_SHARED=OFF ..
and process as before.
In this case, the LV2 plugin will load
libsndfile dynamically from your system.
You can build with
clang, although in that case the CMakeFile
defaults to using
libc++ instead of