That package (cloog) is installed as well.
The line you provided worked so I'll stick to it.
About using the GX plugins in the MOD you can bet we do.
As aI can see from previous treads you've been running the mod-hi correct?
The plugins we have in the cloud are all built specially for the Atom processor so I
don't know if they will run on your machine. We shall put a parallel server for
generic built plugins sometime in the future.
For the moment you have to rely on the SDK and repack yours. The rack amp we have on the
included resources was made specially for the GX-Amp X :-)
Kind regards and thanks for the help.
Em 30/09/2013, às 11:10, hermann meyer <brummer-(a)web.de> escreveu:
Am 30.09.2013 15:26, schrieb Gianfranco Ceccolini:
I've been trying to build the latest versions of Guitarix - both the git latest
version (29 I believe) as the 28-2 - and both yield the same error when I try to use the
package libcloog-ppl0 not found : optimization is disabled
I'm using an Arch Linux on an Intel Atom N2800 and I have the AUR cloog-ppl 0.16.1-1
mmm, we try a testbuild during configure to find out if the gcc -O3 -ftree-loop-linear
flag works proper, if the build/run fail we assume that cloog isn't installed. I
didn't know, but I see on arch there is a other package cloog:
maybe this one works?
However, you can use as well the -cxxflags option when configure, the flags I would
./waf configure --prefix=/usr --includeresampler --convolver-ffmpeg --no-ladspa
--cxxflags='-march=native -mfpmath=sse -msse2 -fomit-frame-pointer -ffinite-math-only
-fno-math-errno -fno-signed-zeros -fstrength-reduce -pipe'
Is there something else to be done in order to
get the optimization flag to work? Iǘe browsed the LAD archives and noticed there is
already a tread with this error in topic for version 27.
Can I discard the optimization flag and add the "march=native" instead? If yes,
how should I do it?
Can't wait to try the gx-fuzz on the MOD!
Kind regards and congratulations for the effort on Guitarix. Here at the MOD Team we have
it as on of our favourite plugins pack.
I'm glad you like what we do, feel free to use/include what ever you like from
guitarix to the MOD, as I'm enjoy the MOD as well very much. :-D