December 07
I've tried debugging this for hours to no avail. It works on Windows and Mac fine. But I'm running Antergos Linux (very much like Arch) and it keeps failing at the System Init line. The code is pretty much a copy of the example of derelict fmod on github.  I have no idea what the "bindings" number below refers to?

======================= Code snippet ==================================

auto res = FMOD_System_Create(&fmod);  // works

printVersion();
printDrivers();

FMOD_RESULT res2 = FMOD_System_Init(fmod, 32, FMOD_INIT_NORMAL, null);

checkForErrors(res2, "After call to FMOD_System_Init", true);


======================= Output =========================================

FMOD library loaded
fmod version: 69633 (bindings: 67335)
fmod drivers: 1
fmod driver [0]: (48000,3,2,'Built-in Audio Analog Stereo')
i = 0
sampleRate = 48000
speakermode = 3
speakermodeChannels = 2
name = Built-in Audio Analog Stereo

FMOD error An error occurred that wasn't supposed to.  Contact support.


My run time libraries consist of the very latest from the fmod web site.
libfmod.so
libfmod.so.10
libfmod.so.10.1
libmodstudio.so
libmodstudio.so.10
libmodstudio.so.10.1








December 08
On Thursday, 7 December 2017 at 22:57:20 UTC, WhatMeWorry wrote:
> I've tried debugging this for hours to no avail. It works on Windows and Mac fine. But I'm running Antergos Linux (very much like Arch) and it keeps failing at the System Init line. The code is pretty much a copy of the example of derelict fmod on github.  I have no idea what the "bindings" number below refers to?
>

My guess it's the result of this pull:

https://github.com/Extrawurst/DerelictFmod/pull/3

Though, I would expect it to break on Mac as well.