knotify and libcanberra Re: KDE Sound and Multimedia Plan

Michael Pyne mpyne at
Fri Dec 3 22:53:28 GMT 2010

On Thursday, December 02, 2010 07:16:55 Colin Guthrie wrote:
> Or another option is just to keep phonon in knotify and implement the
> sample caching stuff there to improve performance. I don't think it will
> ever be as quick/responsive as the sample cache in PA however as no
> matter what you do to cache things, it'll still have to go through the
> backend first.

Phonon itself could support sample caching and then optionally allow the 
backend to handle it for maximum efficiency (if the backend doesn't, Phonon 
could hold onto the samples using something like KSharedDataCache, although a 
kded module would be better I think as long as we're referring to samples on-

 - Michael Pyne
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