[Jack-Devel] Odp: Re: New build of QJackCtl for Windows
paul at linuxaudiosystems.com
Thu May 12 13:27:40 CEST 2016
Port aliases were almost never used for anything, and the current build of
qjackctl has support for them removed.
On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 2:49 AM, Hanspeter Portner <ventosus at airpost.net>
> On 12.05.2016 08:26, Pawel wrote:
> > What about aliases ?
> Which one? a port can have up to 2 aliases...
> > Dnia Czwartek, 12 Maja 2016 08:22 Hanspeter Portner <
> ventosus at airpost.net> napisał(a)
> >> On 12.05.2016 06:27, aledez0 wrote:
> >>> is there any way to list the connections by how there are in the
> project file
> >>> instead of by alphabetical order?
> >> YES (theoretically)
> >> There is a way, by means of the metadata api  via the metadata key
> >> 'http://jackaudio.org/metadata/order' , but the trio of JACK client,
> >> server and patchbay must support this for it to work.
> >> * the client sets the order of its ports via 'jack_set_property'
> >> * the server stores the metadata in a database
> >> * the patchbay reads the metadata to order ports accordingingly
> >> NO (practically)
> >> * only few clients and patchbays support this yet
> >> * JACK1 implements the metadata API, JACK2 still does NOT
> >> > in mixbus 3 once you have named the tracks
> >>> they don't show up in the connection window in the order they are in
> >>> project window.
> >>  http://jackaudio.org/api/group__Metadata.html
> >>  https://github.com/drobilla/jackey/blob/master/jackey.h
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