- Download and extract to your Program Files/Fister directory. Copy MFC42.dll to the ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32 folder or put it into the ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Fister/Release sub-folder.
- Compile it using your favorite cross-compiler or skip this step.
- Make sure to copy sound1.wav to the ./Release folder and that you can play it with aplay.
- A pre-built executable resides in the ./Release folder. Run it with wine.
- A window is created with the expected record, play and stop buttons. Do not record yet!
- Press play and notice that it works, sorta.
What does not
- Sound is choppy and cuts out. You may have to press play multiple times.
- The executable crashes occasionally.
- No audio is generated when you press record.
- The sound1.wav file in the ./Release folder is blanked.
- If left running, sound1.wav can grow very large, even if it doesn't look like the record button is pressed.
What was not tested
I don't know how well this actually works in windows yet.
I only glanced at the program sources.
This could be easily debugged since we have the source code and a tutorial.