On Wed, Sep 01, 2010 at 06:10:58PM +0200, Adrian Knoth wrote:
> > Libjackasyn is an asynchronous library for interfacing with the JACK
> > sound server. Programs that do sound input or output via the OSS system
> Just curious: who's still using libjackasyn? I wasn't able to find a
> single application that depends on it...
> > can be converted into JACK clients by starting them with the jacklaunch
> > command.
> The same functionality is available via padsp and
> pulseaudio-module-jack. It's also available via alsa-oss and
> libasound2-plugins (ALSA-to-jack bridge).
> Looks like the whole purpose of the package is somewhat obsolete. We
> might eventually want to remove it from the archive.
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Thanks, I don't have any interest in the package, except that when 
merging it in Ubuntu, I found that there is a diff that shouldn't be 
there according to what the previous maintainer did in revision 0.11-3, 
hence the QA upload.

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