Timidity needs to bite the dust
neil at qualityassistant.com
Sat Nov 23 10:34:35 GMT 2002
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On Friday November 22, 2002 02:38, George Staikos wrote:
> The idea is that users would use something non-ancient like a recent
> copy of Timidity++.
Well, there are lots of potential problems with that. The in-KDE timidity
has surely been fixed up to work on systems KDE runs on, but the outside
one may not have been. The in-KDE timidity is sure to work with kmidi,
but different outside versions may have changed incompatibly.
So, supporting an alternate timidity might be good, but only if the user
asks for it.
Neil Stevens - neil at qualityassistant.com
Delenda est Carthago
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