[LAA] [ANN] jack_capture V0.9.19, Snd-ls V0.9.8.17 and Rollendurcmesserzeitsammler V0.0.4
Kjetil S. Matheussen
k.s.matheussen at notam02.no
Sun Jul 6 09:21:27 EDT 2008
jack_capture is a program for recording soundfiles with jack. Its default
operation is to capture whatever sound is going out to your speakers into
a file. (But it can do a number of other operations as well...)
Changes 0.9.17 -> 0.9.19:
*Do not accept filename starting with "-" when filename is last argument.
*Added the "--filename"/"-fn" option to set filename not
as the last argument. Can also contain "-" as first character.
*Fixed colors a bit and removed a superfluous linebreak.
*Fixed segfault for missing values in commandline.
*Manually clear allocated memory instead of using calloc.
*Removed buffer-info line when recording to stdout.
*Removed printing of "continue recording" when writing the last overruns.
*Niceify the disk writing thread to -20 when more than half the buffer is used.
*Continously show buffer usage, total number of overruns and whether
the disk thread has high priority, in the console. Turn off by using
the -hdu option.
*Added option -dc to disable console update. (same as "-dm -hdu")
*Made dB meter the default and replaced the -dB option with the -lm option.
*Made the console meter wider to fit the info line at the bottom.
Snd-ls is a distribution of Bill Schottstaedt's sound editor SND.
Its target is people that don't know scheme very well, and don't want
to spend too much time configuring Snd. It can also serve
as a quick introduction to Snd and how it can be set up.
Snd-ls also serves as base code for the San-Dysth softsynth
(http://www.notam02.no/~kjetism/sandysth/) and the Snd-rt music
programming language (http://www.notam02.no/arkiv/doc/snd-rt)
Changes 0.9.8.16 -> 0.9.8.17:
*(read-enable 'positions) has been wrongfully
turned off for some time. Bactrace should work
again now. (This only affects people using
snd-ls for programming.)
The Audio Rollendurchmesserzeitsammler is a conservative garbage collector
providing general ways to efficiently allocate and use memory
inside a realtime audio thread without having to manually free
Changes 0.0.1 -> 0.0.4
* Added support for iterior pointers. (Pointers which points inside
middle of allocated memory). Turned out Stalin depended on this,
plus that c compiler are free to store pointers in registers
and stack however they want, so it's better to be safe.
* Fixed header.
* Made it packagable. Write make and make install to install library file
and header files.
* Added the function tar_get_dynamic_roots_for(char *pointer,char **start,char **end).
This function requires the source for HBGC:
* Note that there are ways to increase the execution speed
significantly, I just haven't had the time yet, so this update doesn't
contain all the changes I wished for.
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