Subject: Re: [ecasound] sourceforge and other things
From: Jeremy Hall (jhall@UU.NET)
Date: Mon Apr 17 2000 - 04:16:02 EEST
The -etf and ev effects were missed in the update for the new inline
updates, the on-the-fly effect adding
effects can be removed one at a time without a problem, but removing with
c-clear still requires a disconnect/reconnect.
I haven't done a full test to see what was missed and what wasn't. I was
planning to go look through the source and see if I could find the
problem, but thought I'd let ya know so you could fix it if it was a
In the new year, Kai Vehmanen wrote:
> I've just registered sourceforge.net accounts for both ecasound and
> ecawave. My primary reason was to get another (fast) ftp-server for ecasound
> distribution files, and project visibility (sourceforge seems to be a hot
> subject nowadays). Main ftp and CVS servers are still at seul.org, while
> web site and mailing lists are at wakkanet.fi.
> Anyway, sourceforge offers various extra services. There's bug tracking,
> online discussion forums, support service, online surveys, etc... These
> aren't currently in use, but tell me if you're interested. If someone is
> interested in maintaining these services, I can give you the necessary
> admin access. Sourceforge pages for ecasound and ecawave are at:
> http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4605 [ecasound]
> http://sourceforge.net/project/?group_id=4603 [ecawave]
> And as for other things, 1.7.x is starting to be stable enough for a
> stable release (that would be 1.7.6r11). If recent 1.7.x versions work
> well in your machine, or you've encountered some serious problems, now is
> a good time to tell me about it. :)
> In 1.7.5d11 I made a few improvements to multitrack syncing and now it
> works better than ever before. With ALSA drivers, I've been able to record
> multiple tracks in sync even with really big buffers (something like
> -b:4096). It would be great if someone could verify that this is also the
> case with OSS/Free and OSS/Commercial drivers. I've already tested with
> ALSA's OSS-emulation (0.5.7), so there shouldn't be any problems.
> PS I've just tried the newly released Qt 2.1, and it works flawlessly
> with qtecasound and ecawave - no recompile required, same binaries
> work with Qt 2.0 and 2.1.
> Kai Vehmanen <email@example.com> ---------------- CS, University of Turku .
> . audio software for linux ... http://www.eca.cx .
> . armchair-tunes mp3/wav/ra .. http://www.wakkanet.fi/sculpcave .
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