aRts vs JACK
kretz at kde.org
Fri Feb 21 20:34:00 GMT 2003
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On Friday 21 February 2003 21:22, Jozef Kosoru wrote:
> > Why would we assume that aRts is going be replaced for KDE 4?
> Ok, replacement is not possible but I would vote for cutting the aRts
> sources to the minimum.
Actually the idea is to port everything to CSL for KDE 4 (as far as that is
possible). See attached README for some information on CSL.
Ideally KDE should be able to use any soundserver...
Matthias Kretz (Germany) <><
MatthiasKretz at gmx.net, kretz at kde.org,
Matthias.Kretz at urz.uni-heidelberg.de
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CSL - Common Sound Layer
CSL is a plain C implementation without further dependancies, that provides
a common API for handling sound I/O.
It is intended to supply application programmers with a convenient way to
produce/record sound and configure sound ouptut modalities regardless of the
actuall backend being used.
Quick instructions to get the aRts driver of CSL working with artsd are given
in the file HOWTO-remote-artsd.
A brief introduction of how CSL fits into the current GNOME architecture can be
Tim Janik <timj at gtk.org>
Stefan Westerfeld <stefan at space.twc.de>
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