[LAU] The Influence of the Actor Model (Praxis architecture 101)
Neil C Smith
neil at neilcsmith.net
Fri Aug 3 12:48:12 UTC 2012
Thanks for the positive response! Excuse the brief email - on my phone and
not near a computer for the next week.
It should be easy to turn the zip distribution into a deb. The installer
does have the benefit of using pack200 compression though, so is half the
size (not a huge issue these days).
I also tend to install as a user rather than root, but that's more to do
with constant development. I'm aiming for a 6wk release cycle, when
holidays don't get in the way!
Will aim to follow up further when I'm back working.
Neil C Smith
Artist : Technologist : Adviser
On 3 Aug 2012 09:01, "Carlos sanchiavedraz" <csanchezgs at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2012/7/27 Neil C Smith <neil at neilcsmith.net>:
> > Hi All,
> > I know I've posted an announcement about Praxis / Praxis LIVE here
> > before. Thought a few people might be interested in this blog entry
> > about Praxis' underlying architecture and the influence of the Actor
> > Model. Be really interested in any comments with thoughts, insights,
> > corrections, stupid mistakes, similar models in use elsewhere, etc.,
> > etc.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > Best wishes,
> > Neil
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> Hi, Neil.
> Very appealing project. I like this high-level approach, for me is
> better suited when you're doing things/music on the fly, and makes
> easier thinking and doing more with your artistic (brain-)side and
> less with your technical side in this kind of situations.
> Really nice installer, BTW. Easy and when it finishes you have Praxis
> up and running. It just works.
> Do you have some package already? A debian package for Wheeze would be
> great. Would like to do some test to see if it could be included in
> the next version of Musix.
> Thanks, Neil.
>  I want this fx now on my guitar, wanna sound like a bass for this
> part, going to loop an A part to jam along...
>  Is there X-runs?, maybe this patch is going to crash Jack, I have
> to route this to this in order to do this...
> Carlos sanchiavedraz
> * Musix GNU+Linux
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