[LAU] yoshimi + jack session

allcoms allcoms at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 22:58:25 UTC 2010

On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 11:39 PM, cal <cal at graggrag.com> wrote:
> On 21/10/10 03:12, hermann wrote:
>> [ ... ]
>> I checked it out with jack2 svn on debian/sid, but first I have to solve
>> a issue with the build. Yoshimi try to build a AMD 64 binary
>> ( -march=athlon64 -m64) but I run a  Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.60GHz
>> on 32 bit.
>> Anyway, After solved that (by edit CMakeCache.txt)  I could build and
> Rather than editing CMakeLists.txt (or CMakeCache.txt?), if you do
>  cd src && ccmake .
> you get to choose and adjust the build options appropriate for your system.
>> run yoshimi, save and load session with  qjackctl (svn) including
>> connections. I noticed some time before on tests with my own project
>> that the install path must be in $path, so check if the one User for
>> witch it don't work have really install the new version or try to run it
>> from src. I that case he need to add the path/to/yoshimi to the
>> command-line in session.xml to make it work.

yosh is def in my path and I know its latest version as I checked
under 'About'. Both Cal and I are both running 64-bit squeeze so lets
see what happens when other people try it with pyjacksm.

MIDI editing is really quite slick in A3 these days- couple of rough
edges remain but its really quite usable now and a perfect app to use
to test yoshimi's jack-session support (© A3 dev+test Agency 2010;)

> A very good point! I do hope it's something as simple as that, but I'll
> bet it isn't.
> cheers.
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