[CM] Re: Building snd from source
Meino Christian Cramer
Sat, 22 May 2004 01:48:40 +0200 (CEST)
From: Frank Barknecht <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: [CM] Re: Building snd from source
Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 19:09:40 +0200
> Meino Christian Cramer hat gesagt: // Meino Christian Cramer wrote:
> > Seconds before I received your mail I sent one to Frank, which
> > marks the below question of mine with "???" -- so I thought I had
> > spoken "german English" again...
> I actually intended to express, that I didn't know the answer. Lazy
No problem... :)
> > The one thing I """hate""" (sorry for that strong word) with the
> > motified snd is, that the strings of the buttons, menus and such are
> > so tiny (my screen is 1600x1200 pixies) and the file selector box has
> > a not so useable retro design compared with things seen while using
> > gimp (for example) -- but this is not meant as a complaint or critic...!
> This really is better with the Gtk version, which has the modern look
> you are (at least I am) probably used to.
I didn't got the gtk'ed version to work for me...but I am sure, I am
the problem here ;-]
> > Yes, you are right, Bill!
> > I copied snd_conffile.scm to .snd and changed some paths and
> > commented out a few load's, because they gave warning and error
> > messages...I think I haven't installed something not completly
> > right....
> Could be.
...better would be an complete thesis about what I was doing wrong,
hahahahaha (just kidding!)
> Actually I am using the upstream snd_conffile.scm and
(sorry..."upstream" ??? what do you mean...my English fails here...)
> overwrote what I didn't like in ~/.snd like the looping. That way I
> can profit from changes/bug fixes immediatly.
> > I didn't use a rpm or deb archive. I downloaded the snd-7.tar.gz (by
> > the way: compressing it to bz2 instead, while save a lot of bytes and
> > makes my modem not glowing red while downloading ;)))))) and compiled
> > the stuff myself.
> You could also start using CVS to check out snd from Sourceforge. This
> will save a lot of bandwidth, because as you (will) see, things can
> get fixed or updated really fast with Bill. ;)
Oh yeah!...Currently doing the co!
Thanks for your help, Frank!
> Here's my snd:
"Hear my sound"
That will help me A LOT!
> $ snd --help
> Snd is a sound editor; see http://ccrma.stanford.edu/software/snd/.This is Snd version 7.4 of 17-May-04:
> Xen: 1.11, Guile: 1.6.3
> ALSA 1.0.4
> Sndlib 19.1 (27-Apr-04, int24 samples, with modules)
> CLM 2.48 (11-May-04)
> Gtk+ 2.2.4, Glib 2.2.3
> LADSPA 1.1
> with large file support
> with gettext: LC_CTYPE=de_DE@euro;LC_NUMERIC=C;LC_TIME=C;LC_COLLATE=C;LC_MONETARY=C;LC_MESSAGES=C;LC_PAPER=C;LC_NAME=C;LC_ADDRESS=C;LC_TELEPHONE=C;LC_MEASUREMENT=C;LC_IDENTIFICATION=C
> Compiled May 17 2004 12:56:42
> C: 3.3.3 (Debian 20040321)
> Libc: 2.3.2.stable
> configured via: ./configure --with-jack --with-alsa --with-esd=no --with-ladspa --without-ruby --with-guile --with-modules --with-editres --with-static-xm --with-gtk
mine looks like this (currently):
Snd is a sound editor; see http://ccrma.stanford.edu/software/snd/.This is Snd version 7.5 of 18-May-04:
Xen: 1.11, Guile: 1.6.4
Sndlib 19.1 (27-Apr-04, int24 samples)
CLM 2.48 (11-May-04)
Motif 2.1.30 X11R6
with large file support
with gettext: C
Compiled May 19 2004 15:59:17
configured via: ./configure --prefix=/usr --with-alsa --with-motif --with-ladspa --with-static-xm
> and my ~/.snd:
Again, this will help me a lot! Especially because it is not only
"pure lisp" but with comments!
Thank you very much, Frank!
> ;; /home/freak/snd was filled by copying all *.scm files to home:
> (set! %load-path (cons "/home/freak/snd" %load-path))
> (set! %load-path (cons "/home/freak/snd/dlp" %load-path))
> ;;(set! %load-path (cons "/dos/ibm/hdc10/f/src/audio/snd-7/dlp" %load-path))
> (set! snd-remember-paths #t)
> ;;(load-from-path "misc.scm")
> (load-from-path "snd_conffile.scm")
> ;; Bind Pos1/Home and End to something more common
> ;; /usr/X11R6/include/X11/keysymdef.h
> ;; XK_Home 0xFF50
> ;; XK_End 0xFF57 /* EOL */
> (bind-key #xFF50 0 (lambda () (set! (cursor) 0)))
> (bind-key #xFF57 0 (lambda () (set! (cursor) (1- (frames)))))
> ;; bind "update-sound from disk" to Ctl-Home instead:
> (bind-key #xFF50 4 update-sound)
> ;; Unset looping again here:
> (define islooping #f)
> ;; EOF
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