On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 3:33 AM, Jonathan Schleifer
> Am 11.04.2011 um 22:38 schrieb Zhihao Yuan:
>> In practical, for the short sounds, it's hard to distinguish mixed
>> sound and non-mixed sound. And, the thing is, it's a fallback solution
>> -- if it works perfectly on all POSIX-like boxes, we don't need
>> external soundplayer then.
> What happens if your device is blocked and it tries to play a sound? For
> example, you are listening to music and your device is blocked (happens on
> OpenBSD and NetBSD).
> Also, there should be a way to disable this fallback. Maybe you don't want
> something accessing your soundcard directly since it then might be
> unavailable when you need it.
This is only on when there is no soundplayer (e.g., aplay, ossplay,
esdplay...) found by gajim. Whenever you have one of them, my patch
won't be executed.
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