[LAD] [LAU] FW: Frequency Space Editors in Linux
jeremysalwen at gmail.com
Thu May 5 07:57:04 UTC 2011
It seems like the preferences window is not fully working yet, now that I
test it. It's hard to tell these things, because python doesn't throw the
error until you attempt to execute every code path.
If it is ported to gtk2, then I would suggest not distributing
gtk/pygtk/gobject with ceres because it will allow the user to easily use
the system installed versions+update/fix bugs in libraries. It's the same
reason you might use shared libraries vs static libraries.
On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 3:40 AM, Kjetil S. Matheussen <
k.s.matheussen at notam02.no> wrote:
> Thanks Jeremy,
> All those packages are included to make it simple to compile
> on many platforms, not just debian.
> But from your email, it seems like you have ported ceres to gtk2?
> Is that really correct? That's a quite big job involving digging
> through some horribly written python code.
> Are you sure the preferences window works now?
> I'm sorry I don't have time to look at your code right now.
> On Wed, 4 May 2011, Jeremy Salwen wrote:
> Hi Kjetil:
>> Thanks a lot!
>> I had to make a few changes to get it to work on my system. Most
>> significantly, it uses gnome/glade/pygtk 1.2, which doesn't work well with
>> recent Debian install (Gtk 2 has been released for nearly 10 years).
>> Also, it includes libraries which are already available on most linux
>> systems through a package manager. Thus I've made a few changes: removed
>> the libraries except for sndlib (and made it use the system copies of the
>> libraries in their place), and updated the pygtk and glade code to gtk2.
>> If you're interested in incorporating any of these changes into Ceres, you
>> can see the changes in a git repository here:
>> or download the changed package at
>> On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Kjetil S. Matheussen <
>> k.s.matheussen at notam02.no> wrote:
>>> Jeremy Salwen:
>>>> I just recently discovered ceres3:
>>>> have you heard of it?
>>>> Ceres is larger and more updated than Ceres3.
>>> (Ceres3 has a few more options for some
>>> of the transforms, but lacks lots of other stuff.)
>>> Linux-audio-dev mailing list
>>> Linux-audio-dev at lists.linuxaudio.org
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