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#include <common/Module.h>
#include <filesystem/File.h>

#include "SoundData.h"
#include "Decoder.h"

namespace love
namespace sound

	* The Sound module is responsible for decoding sound data. It is
	* not responsible for playing it.
	class Sound : public Module


		* Destructor.
		virtual ~Sound();

		* Creates new SoundData from a decoder. Fully expands the
		* encoded sound data into raw sound data. Not recommended
		* on large (long-duration) files.
		* @param decoder The file to decode the data from.
		* @return A SoundData object, or zero if the file type couldn't be handled.
		SoundData * newSoundData(Decoder * decoder);

		* Creates a new SoundData with the specified number of samples and format.
		* @param duration In seconds.
		* @param sampleRate Number of samples per second.
		* @param bits Bits per sample (8 or 16).
		* @param channels Either 1 for mono, or 2 for stereo.
		* @return A new SoundData object, or zero in case of errors.
		SoundData * newSoundData(int samples, int sampleRate, int bits, int channels);

		* Attempts to find a decoder for the encoded sound data in the
		* specified file.
		* @param file The file with encoded sound data.
		* @param bufferSize The size of each decoded chunk.
		* @param sampleRate Samples per second, or quality of the audio. 44100 is a good value.
		* @return A Decoder object on success, or zero if no decoder could be found.
		virtual Decoder * newDecoder(filesystem::File * file, int bufferSize) = 0;

	}; // Sound

} // sound
} // love