[LAU] jack persistent connections FAQ link
alignwaivers at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 18:22:00 CET 2019
I use jack-matchmaker which I believe is based on one of the above
mentioned or something similar. It can be started before or after and will
automatically re/connect any connections and check any newly created ports
against the argument's given. You can also just assign one port and it will
make all possible connections , or multiple specific connections per pair
of arguments if you use regular expressions well
On Tue, Jan 29, 2019, 02:02 Peter P. <peterparker at fastmail.com wrote:
> Paul, Elijah, everyone,
> thanks for your suggestions! I went with jack_plumbing.
> Can anyone confirm that jack_plumbing will need to be started before the
> applications which it is about to manage? It does not manage connections
> already made? I am on the lookout for a way to start jack, jack_plumbing
> and a jack-aware application on the command line and restart each of
> them should they crash/die and restore connections no matter in which
> sequence the three come up again. It seems jack_plumbing needs to be
> started after jackd but before applications it is supposed to manage.
> I am afraid I have to write a script using jack_connect then.
> For handling of jack connections on headless machines/command line, I am
> looking for the best way to make connections once an application has
> been started or restarted. It would be great if applications could
> generally honor environment variables like
> $ JACK_PORTS=system:playback_1 mediaplayerapp
> but I suppose that implementation is up to the application programmers.
> * Elijah Abdul Rahman <elijahjuanye at gmail.com> [2019-01-29 06:19]:
> > An application I've been using is called aj-snapshot. In my script I use
> > where I start jack I also run aj-snapshot. Whenever an application or
> > device is connected if it's had previous connections before. My
> > get re-connected.
> Thanks Elijah, will look into aj-snapshot in comparison to jack_plumbing
> as well.
> cheers, P
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