i810 audio fixes 1/2
mike at navi.cx
Thu Apr 22 14:12:34 CDT 2004
On Thu, 2004-04-22 at 14:38 -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> JACK runs on OS X (and is proving very popular there). It is written
> in strict ANSI C and attempts to be strictly POSIX compatible. There
> is an OSS-API driver enabling it to be used on Solaris (at least).
Bingo :) OK, so I originally thought that alsa dmix was the best way to
get decent desktop mixing and such, maybe it still is (I'm a real newbie
to this stuff), but it sounds like there are at least two good solutions
in the pipeline.
Perhaps GNOME and KDE could be persuaded to move to JACK after all. The
main problem is that I'm not sure what GStreamers support is like, and
KDE can't/won't drop arts until kde 4 rolls around.
> >Random observation - that location of policy (in clients) sounds a lot
> >like X. Would it be theoretically possible to merge jack with the X
> >server, or am I smoking crazy weed?
> Its not unimaginable, no.
Now it's actually possible to work with the X team easily, maybe it'd be
worth raising this. I think the MAS team would object but oh well ...
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