Subject: Re: [ecasound] pyecasound/eiam problem
From: Bill Allen (ballen_AT_mail.serve.com)
Date: Wed Feb 06 2002 - 23:20:25 EET
I installed the CVS version of ecasound and this fixed the problem that I
report below. One side note is that I didn't have the Jack libraries
installed when I built the CVS version. On configure, it pointed out that
Jack support was not included, but when I ran the script below, dlopen
complained that it couldn't open the jack plugin. I installed jack then
rebuilt the CVS version and this problem went away.
On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Bill Allen wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Feb 2002, Kai Vehmanen wrote:
> > On Tue, 5 Feb 2002, Bill Allen wrote:
> > 1) using "alsa" device from pyecasound
> > To use ALSA 0.9 audio objects from pyecasound, you need python2.2. In
> > addition, you need to add the following to the beginning of your python
> > program (before importing pyeca):
> > --cut--
> > import sys
> > import DLFCN
> > sys.setdlopenflags(DLFCN.RTLD_LAZY|DLFCN.RTLD_GLOBAL)
> > --cut--
> I built and installed python2.2, reconfigured and rebuilt ecasound 2.0.4,
> but the following script is hanging when I run it. Is there something
> obvious that I've done wrong?
> ----- start script -------
> import sys
> import DLFCN
> print "got here"
> import os
> import time
> from pyeca import *
> print "and here"
> e = ECA_CONTROL_INTERFACE()
> print "but not here"
> ------- end script ---------
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