Subject: Re: [ecasound] cygwin libpyecasound
From: Kai Vehmanen (k_AT_eca.cx)
Date: Tue Mar 11 2003 - 00:15:35 EET
On Sun, 23 Feb 2003, janne halttunen wrote:
>> This will greatly improve the usability of
>> pyecasound for audio scripting (you only need to have the ecasound
>> executable installed somewhere in PATH and that's it).
> And ofcourse some version of python (even 1.5 should work).
Yup, it seems you also fixed the check for sys.version_info (only
available in python-2.0).
On the same topic: how much have you tested ecanative.py? For instance,
have you had any notable problems with ecasetupedit.py and heteca?
If these work, that's enough for me. I'd like to include ecanative.py in
2.2.2 and hopefully release it before ladmeet03 - in other words, this
>> And I guess for most uses ecanative.py will be fast enough.
> Yes, only if you need to send or receive a loads of floats/longs
> quickly, you'd be better off with the original extension. Otherwise,
> the native version should work fine.
And even in the case of lots of floats/longs, you really should benchmark
first before drawing any final conclusions. For instance, I've implemented
ecasignalview using the standalone C ECI and it works reasonably well. And
to update the level info, we have to make a lot of ECI transactions.
-- http://www.eca.cx Audio software for Linux!
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