You name it!
You should always build the latest LinuxSampler svn version against the latest libgig svn version (which contains that header file in question). However you are right, there should probably be a configure parameter to disable a certain sampler engine completely at compile time and not render compilation errors there in turn.albertid wrote:after I got over the autotools weirdness, linuxsampler fails to build because of a missing SF.h. Even when I --disable-sf2-engine, SF.h is still required in the SFZ engine.
Could you please add a configure switch like --disable-sfz-engine?