Subject: Re: [ecasound] starting ecasound
From: Jeremy Hall (jhall_AT_uu.net)
Date: Tue Feb 19 2002 - 17:16:53 EET
yes I already found this, thanks. When the binary is using the default,
it should whine a lot about it, telling the user to go find a valid
In the new year, Kai Vehmanen wrote:
> On Tue, 19 Feb 2002, Jeremy Hall wrote:
> > Peace:~ # ecasound -d:255 -c
> > (resource-file) Loading file /usr/share/ecasound/ecasoundrc.
> > (resource-file) Loading file /root/.ecasound/ecasoundrc.
> > (eca-chainsetup-parser) Interpreting object option "-f:".
> > ---
> > ERROR: [ECA_AUDIO_FORMAT] : "Unknown sample format ""."
> > Where is it getting this -f: from?
> >From the resource files. You don't seem to have a valid
> "default-audio-format" entry (/usr/share/ecasound/ecasoundrc and
> /root/.ecasound/ecasoundrc). Ecasound (re-)uses the chainsetup parser to
> interpret the resource file entry so it adds a "-f:" in front of it and
> passes it to the parser.
> A good question is that should encode add yet another default
> to the ecasound binary for these kinds of situations... not nice, but
> might be needed.
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