On Sun, 2010-11-14 at 19:07 +0100, Arnout Engelen wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 14, 2010 at 12:23:48PM -0500, vogelrl wrote:
> > Would it be difficult to incorporate Sonic Visualizer into Debian ?
> > See http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/download.html
> When someone wants a piece of software packaged for Debian, usually they
> create a 'Request for Packaging' (RFP) to track the status/progress on
> introducing it.
> Indeed, such an RFP has been created for Sonic Visualizer:
> It seems someone started on it, but ran into the fact that first a dependency
> had to be packaged, 'rubberband'.
> Looks like 'rubberband' has since been added, but work on sonic visualizer
> hasn't continued yet. Might be good to add a note about that to the RFP.
> Would you like to do the honours? Indeed it would be nice to have this in
> Debian, it's a neat tool.
Thanks for your note.
I was able to compile it on my old Debian machine, but first I had to
build bzip, rubberband, vamp, and installed the jack-sdk and some other
stuff. Finally, it compiled and it looks great...it starts with this
warning dialog box though:
No audio available
Could not open an audio device for playback.
Automatic audio device detection failed. Audio playback will not be
available during this session.
Any advice ? Can you point me to packaging instructions ?
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