[PlanetCCRMA] Re: updated: liblo, jamin; added: sooperlooper, qmidiarp, qt33

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Dec 9 10:30:01 2004

On Thu, 2004-12-09 at 05:20, Christian Frisson wrote:
> Terrific!

Glad it is useful...

> Qt3.3 is all that I was waiting for! I had already managed to install it by hand
> on my previous FC1 reinstall, but I wasn't unable to find on its settings how to
> change that ugly default font. The same problem occured with wxGTK2, required
> for SooperLooper (which seems to become popular too!). Is it a missing option
> issue when configuring before compiling?

With wxGTK I don't know. For Qt it is not an option. I was about to
release qt33 at the end of September when I noticed the fonts and look
so I started digging. Not much time, thus the delay. The bluecurve look
and feel is not part of the qt package, it is provided by the
redhat-artwork package. So, to have the bluecurve theme you have to have
redhat-artwork installed. But it provides a shared library for the
original version of qt only, of course. The hack I did is to include the
redhat-artwork source in the qt33 package and rebuild only the qt
bluecurve theme and add it to the file list of the qt33 package. No
other way to have it automatically install without touching other

> Now I'll be able to compile the latest MuSE tarball with fst enabled!

Yep, muse is coming up as well of fc1/rh9...
-- Fernando