[L2Ork-dev] [PD] Upcoming pd-l2ork release teaser
Ivica Ico Bukvic
ico.bukvic at gmail.com
Sun Sep 8 20:42:33 UTC 2013
Thanks for the report, Albert. I've patched s_inter.c which appears to
be responsible for this. Please test. Also, if you would like to help
with any of the patches/updates as you've already done so well as far as
the build system is concerned, that would be very much appreciated!
BTW, have you expanded the help output of the tar_em_up.sh to reflect
new optional argument?
On 09/07/2013 11:03 AM, Albert Graef wrote:
> Ico, one further thing I noticed while working on this package is that
> the installed Gem header files seem to be incomplete. After a
> tar_em_up -F there's only a include/Base directory there, shouldn't
> this be an entire collection of subdirs under include/Gem instead? For
> the time being, I left these files out of the AUR package.
> Also (this has been nagging me since I first started using pd-l2ork),
> there's a discrepancy between vanilla pd's and pd-l2ork's default for
> the realtime priorities (-rt). It seems that recent (0.44 and later?)
> versions of pd have this always on by default, whereas it's only by
> default enabled with pd-l2ork when running setuid/gid root (as it used
> to be in older pd vanilla versions).
> Is this intentional? Or might this be updated to the behavior of
> recent pd versions? It's all too easy to forget the -rt when running
> from the command line, and the flag isn't recognized in the .pdl2ork
> config file. I guess that on modern Linux systems we can safely assume
> that ordinary users can get realtime priorities without much ado, and
> this is really important to get solid audio processing. So I'd vote
> for adopting the (new) pd vanilla behavior here.
> On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 4:43 PM, Albert Graef <aggraef at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have updated the package at
>> https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/pd-l2ork/ now. Arch users please
>> give it a try and let me know if anything is broken. And don't forget
>> to vote for the package so that we eventually get it into the official
>> Arch repositories. ;-)
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