Serge.Coche at free.fr
Fri Oct 28 03:21:17 CEST 2005
Stefan Teleman a écrit :
>Unfortunately Rosegarden also depends on Jack and ALSA and there's no port to
>Solaris of these right now ... or am i wrong, can it be built without ALSA
>and Jack ? :-D
I readed that the team will to consider a future implementation with
Jack only ; the best for us will be any strict sun implementation, as
akode seems to make, if i good understand, but...
At this day, the Rosegarden package maintain an old (2002) aRTs
implementation. I discovered that this old implementation can always
work, and works fine : only by me the sequencer don't receive the "done"
signal for each note, this means that all notes are played infinitely
I think that, before to learn strictly this problem, the first thing is
to get a whole chain (Qt.......Rosegarden) builded with the same compiler.
1) native Solaris 10 kde : SUNWspro (free) or gcc won't recognize qt-mt,
builded with Forte ; same problem with your precompiled packages,
2) kde-gcc (Ken Maith) + Rosegarden gcc : the sequencer won't connect to
DCOP (gcc version ?) ;
3) kde-gcc + Rosegarden (sequencer with SUNWspro, GUI with g++ :-D ,
yes, that is possible : configure accepts, recognize qt-mt, builds the
first part with cc, the second with g++) : with this strange build, i
can connect the sequencer to DCOP, play notes, but no synchronization
with the GUI and no "done" signal.
4) all SUNWspro (the best way) : done for kde, of course, but a lot of
work to adapt Rosegarden.
5) all gcc/g++ : done for kde, i'm also sure that Rosegarden will
compile, after that i will see if it connect to DCOP or not : if yes, if
i get still the synchronization or not.
Hope that all can be understand, seems complex, but i think really that
Rosegarden can be used on Solaris...
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