I've been using ardour+ladish all this time along (even ardour+vst+ladish
and there are nothing new/special/whatever about it.
If you look at the patch, the only thing it does is add a timer that checks
for kill signals, and if it isSIGUSR1, save the project.
I think it doesnt hurt to include it by default
2011/1/27 Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk>
> On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 12:49:58PM +0100, rosea.grammostola wrote:
>> I see that Laditools and Ladish are packaged for Debian. Great work,
>> What are we going to support? Apps who has official added a patch for Ladi
>> (Rosegarden)? Apps which there are patches for, but are not supported
>> officially (Ardour)?
>> My feeling is that it is not wise to support a Ladi patch in an
>> application which is not officially supported by that package. So I would
>> package Ardour for Debian without Ladi patch.
>> What do you think?
> How about for unofficial patches provide an "overlay flavor package" with
> the patch applied.
> Example: ardour+ladish
> It would be compiled from the ardour source package as a separate binary
> package, depending on the main ardour package and containing only the
> derived files - assuming that no conffiles derive, only the main binary and
> perhaps some additional data files.
> Then later we can either drop it if it turns out to me not maintainable, or
> we can have the main package take it over (by simply Provides: ardour+ladish
> until after next stable distro release) if the patch gets adopted by
> upstream or we decide to no longer want to respect upstream ignorance of
> I do *not* mean to say that ladish is the only true way forward! On the
> contrary my proposal is to best possible both envourage ladish while leaving
> open alternatives. I.e. not spit in the face of those upstreams working
> hard in alternative directions.
> - Jonas
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