Provided by: libroar-dev_0.4-2_i386
roar_connect, roar_connect2 - connects to RoarAudio's sound server
int roar_connect(struct roar_connection * con, char * server); int
roar_connect2 (struct roar_connection * con, char * server, int
flags, uint_least32_t timeout);
Connects to RoarAudio's sound server. This calls just connects to the
sound server without any authentication or identify. Do not use this
from end user applications. Use roar_simple_connect(3) or
con The connection object to be filled with the data needed to talk
to the server used by nearly all other calls.
server The server to connect to.
flags Flags used to connect to the server. Currently only
ROAR_ENUM_FLAG_NONE and ROAR_ENUM_FLAG_NONBLOCK are supported.
ROAR_ENUM_FLAG_NONBLOCK disables some of the server location
Timeout for the connection. A value of zero means no timeout.
Currently timeouts are not supported.
On success these calls return 0. On error, -1 is returned.
See libroar/simple.c, roar_simple_connect(3).
roar_simple_connect(3), libroar(7), RoarAudio(7).