Re: [ecasound] Interactive mode, cut & paste

From: Lars Bjørndal <lars@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Sun Nov 25 2012 - 23:41:08 EET


On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 09:49:13PM +0100, Julien Claassen wrote:

> You can find positions in an audio file and cut those, but not directly in
> iteractive mode. Nama, which is a text-based software based on the Ecasound
> engine, can create such an audio snipet for you from the interactive shell.

Thanks a lot. I have problem installing Audio::Nama. As I have a
Fedora 17 system, I tried to use cpanspec to retrieve the spec file
and the source, and from there build an RPM to install. The package
builds fine after adding some entries to the %files section, but yum
refuses to install the package because it has some requirements like

  # rpm --requires -qp perl-Audio-Nama-1.078-1.fc17.noarch.rpm |grep Nama




I've tried to provide the --filter-requires option to cpanspec and
supply .\*Nama.\*, but there is no difference in the output.

Great if someone have some hints on how to solve this problem.


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