Subject: Re: [ecasound] future of qtecasound?
From: Jeremy Hall (jhall@UU.NET)
Date: Thu May 04 2000 - 20:48:36 EEST
now you know why I use it. :)
yes, a handy little application for those of us that will never us X.
In the new year, Mario Lang wrote:
> jhall@UU.NET (Jeremy Hall) writes:
> > One of the reasons, imho, that people really love ecasound is because it
> > is feature-rich and delivers what it is supposed to. One of the strong
> > reasons for this is that people decided the best way to do this is build
> > the necessary tools so that the required features could be there, then
> > later if somebody wanted the gui they could buid it. Many projects get
> And thats also the reason why I can use it.
> I am blind and limited to use console tools because there is
> currently, and probably will never be, an access solution for
> X windows.
> Products built in a library->UI base are
> IMHO the best designed things ever.
> Tis design will probably enable me to use quasimodo too.
> > I suppose one could argue that a GUI is needed for the program to function
> > correctly, I am not one of those people since the GUI will slow down the
> > processing power of ecasound. (not to mention I don't use the gui)
> And it slows down the development process, as well as quite
> restricting usability.
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