Re: Making Brahms, the Debian way?
On Sunday 08 July 2001 01:34, John Gay wrote:
> I remember this subject came up here before, but i can't find the mails so
> I'll ask for myself.
> I just down-loaded the latest sources for Brahms from the main KDE site. I
> would like to try to compile it, but I want to be sure that it goes in the
> proper directories. I understand that there a many tools that Ivan and others
> have provided to help simplify this task. I think I've got most of them at
> this stage, but I just want to be sure.
> I am guessing that first I need to be able to 'make' brahms sucsessfully
> before I can start implimenting the Debian-specific changes. I still need to
> chase down a few things, I think just the arts development stuff.
I'm not sure if latest brahms sources compile with KDE CVS. There's a special
branch with additional features for brahms (announcement appended). If
make fails ask on email@example.com for more details. Further at least
~ 10 days ago one need alsa (or hack sources) to compile brahms. --without-alsa
did not work but maybe this is fixed already.
Subject: aRts branch
From: Stefan Westerfeld <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2001 17:40:49 +0200
I have created a second branch for new developments in aRts today. It was
more or less the only way to deal with the following two conflicting goals:
* KDE is in feature-freeze currently
* there is a talk held by Jan Wuerthner and me about aRts/Brahms at
LinuxTag2001 in a few weeks, and we're currently still working getting
some things implemented properly in aRts/Brahms
So to fulfill these, for kdemultimedia/arts there is now
* bugfixes only
* will be released with KDE2.2
* will contain new features
* will be merged back into HEAD after KDE2.2
If you want to update your CVS copy of aRts to the branch, do:
stefan@stefan:~/src$ cd kdemultimedia/arts
stefan@stefan:~/src/kdemultimedia/arts$ cvs update -r ARTS_0_7_BRANCH
Some goals for the branch/aRts-0.7.x unstable development are:
* environments (for sequencer integration: the sequencer creates an
environment with some devices, for instance a mixer and synthesizers,
that can be saved easily with all settings made there with the song
file, and restored later)
* software emulation of a multichannel mixer
* more work on aRts midi support (synchonization with audio, timing,
* harddisc recording
* ladspa support
* implement all features fully that were present in the last aRts/CORBA
(0.3.4.1) release, that is for instance
- reading/playing AKAI samples
- modifying instrument parameters while playing (instrument GUIs)
- recording from soundserver by a small program (old artsrec/artsmon)
- schedule cycles of modules properly
Here is a screenshot of the mixer code in ARTS_0_7_BRANCH:
Hope that makes everybody happy ;)
> After this, I beleive I can use some tools to try to convert the plain
> sources into Debianized sources that will install in the proper locations.
> I've read Ivan's page about this subject and think I've got all the tools, I
> just need to figure out how it all works together.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> John Gay
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