aRts vs JACK
kretz at kde.org
Fri Feb 21 21:01:35 GMT 2003
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On Friday 21 February 2003 22:01, Jozef Kosoru wrote:
> 1) JACK is low-latency sound server with callback-driven API - CSL
> probably not.
CSL is a wrapper library not a sound server... I don't know what your
> 2) It adds one more layer to every aRts-aware application.
> +->sound card
Hmm, this would be a misuse, but I guess a possible use.
> One must understand that any serious audio application will never use this
> scheme. This is just another overdesigned idea. Do we really need COBRA
> based CSL for playing xmms and kaboodie?
CORBA based CSL? Did I miss something?
I was in the best belief, that all CSL is trying to achieve is, that you're
programming your audio output with CSL and automagically your program is able
to use any soundserver/output CSL supports. Please correct me if I'm wrong...
(I'm pretty sure I'm not ;-) )
Matthias Kretz (Germany) <><
MatthiasKretz at gmx.net, kretz at kde.org,
Matthias.Kretz at urz.uni-heidelberg.de
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