[PlanetCCRMA] FC5 app problems

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Thu Jun 22 23:12:03 2006

On Fri, 2006-06-23 at 03:02 +0100, BJaY wrote:
> Now I'm thoroughly confused. The jack rack site has the current stable
> version1.4.4. 


> Before you released the rc version, I installed 1.4.4-2 from
> the fc5 ccrma yum repo which was clearly an early version with no save or
> load rack functionality though it proclaimed version 1.4.4 on the command
> line (jack-rack -h). 

Well, that is being printed by jack-rack itself, now I'm confused. 

> This is the version in the fc4 repository which I had
> used on fc4 and had this functionality. 

I'll check this tomorrow, I don't have fc4 here right now. 

> The 1.4.4-2 in the yum repository
> has the number (2774) in the top window bar (is this a version number ?). 

That number is the pid (process id #) of the jack-rack process. 

> It seems to me the the 1.4.4-2 in the repository is not, in fact 1.4.4.
> To top it all off,
> http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/jack-rack/jack-rack/ is'nt working at
> the moment either.

I got the rc1 version from the link inside the announcement I posted in
the previous message (it has a patch for LASH and that's why I got it).
That direct like seems to work fine. 

-- Fernando

> Sorry to be a bother but, this doesn't fit and I don't know if other
> packages will need this attention.
> > and now jack-rack is acting funny :
> >
> > jack-rack doesn't allow the loading or saving of racks (no menu options),
> > command line options show version 1.4.4 But it looks like a very early
> > development version.
> > The jack-rack one is wierd. Also, there is nothing in the SRPMS folder in
> > the repository.
> SRPMS are in a shared directory:
>   http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/mirror/all/linux/SRPMS/
> > Could somone have a look at jack-rack and let me know what they think ?
> I had a newer version in the pipeline (1.4.5rc1)...
>   http://lwn.net/Articles/171788/
> I just released it... let me know if it works better (or at all :-)
> -- Fernando
> yum deleting cache ?