Thanks, yeah, that is started it going, and I found 
that the mysql include needed a mysql directory in front of it... so .. 
all of the #include<mysql.h> need to be <mysql/mysql.h> That would be in the 
RivendellBrowseDialog.h and RivendellDialog.h files. 

Then it got past that, but now it is complaining about RevisionIdent.h which I 
think is created at some point - possibly a 
Windows Visual Studio thing or maybe it is gitignored.... will add that to the 
Yep - it is gitignored.... added it.... but that's just a temp fix... 

I copied that, and it is closer. Now I need to point it at the 
rivendell/export.h includes.... This is the rivendell-c-api stuff... 

Will get back to you when i sussed this out a bit more... Gotta shove off for 
now, but definitely will get back 
into it - probably on Monday. unless I get some weekend time.... 

P.S. I did a ./configure --without-lv2 because I was getting a bunch of errors 
on that.... dont know if that will 
be neccessary or not - but it appears optional... 

And yes - to the other poster - the dev environments are completely different 
so it a hack fest to get this to go, 
always has been....... 


Todd Baker 

From: "Matthew Chambers" <> 
To: "Todd Baker" <> 
Sent: Friday, September 16, 2016 1:59:13 PM 
Subject: Re: [RDD] Audcity that can talk to Rivendell 

changed the references in at the end from po/ to locale/, and I 
deleted the po file and made a softlink ln -s locale po 
has to do with some changes in GNU configure moving away from po to locale 

Matthew A. Chambers, NR0Q 

President, Wright County Outlaws ARC 

On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 12:50 PM, Todd Baker < > wrote: 

Hi Matthew, 
Starting to look at compiling this in CentOs. How did you get past configure 
" " ? 


From: "Matthew Chambers" < > 
To: "Todd Baker" < > 
Cc: "User discussion about the Rivendell Radio Automation System" < > 
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2016 3:36:52 PM 

Subject: Re: [RDD] Audcity that can talk to Rivendell 

compiling in linux today and after running ./configure the script runs for a 
few minutes and then terminates 
config.status: error: cannot find input file: `po/ ' 

I think something has introduced an extra ".in" to that file in the script, as 
there is a in the director i ran ./configure from 

Matthew A. Chambers, NR0Q 

President, Wright County Outlaws ARC 

On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 1:19 PM, Todd Baker < > wrote: 


Hi All: 

I was trying to get a couple of items in place before I released Rdacity as 
Ready To Go!, but yes, 
there is some code there which should work - as well as some windows binaries I 
believe....which were built in Windows 10. 
Your mileage may vary with those but someone I know did get it working via the 
binaries. My original intent was not to 
provide binaries etc, but people compiling this on their own. Really dont want 
to go down the provide exe's path.... 

The Audacity folks want me to change some of the icon stuff, so I was working 
on getting that per their specs (since the 
Audacity icon is proprietary). Our designer is working on an Icon, and I have 
made most of the changes that Audacity wanted, 
will check what source is out there... 

Feel free to try RDacity. There are a bunch of moving parts though that have to 
be in place, which I tried to explain with 
the README and Compile_Rdacity text files. This version is really Windows 
specific, and I am guessing that it will need to be tweaked 
a bit to get it to be Linux ready (or Mac Ready for that matter). The win 
directory has binaries and dll's that would be required to run in Win10. 
You also need all of the WxWidget dll stuff, as per normal Audacity 
building/running. The other assumption is that there is a Portable Settings 
directory which exists off the executable path, and the directory must have a 
rd.ini file. This file is explained more in the docs, 
but it holds basically the Rivendell DB info (user, schema etc), as well as a 
couple of other Rdacity specific parameters. 

If you have questions please send me an email and I will try to help you 
through it. This version was written for a specific need, so 
some of the code is very specific in relation to Rivendell, but you will see 
what I mean if you read the documentation. 

Thanks, and good luck. 

Todd Baker or 

From: "Matthew Chambers" < > 
To: "User discussion about the Rivendell Radio Automation System" < > 
Sent: Wednesday, September 14, 2016 1:12:04 PM 
Subject: Re: [RDD] Audcity that can talk to Rivendell 



Matthew A. Chambers, NR0Q 

President, Wright County Outlaws ARC 

On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 11:20 AM, Matthew Chambers < > 


yes, that's the on I was thinking of!, I'd for sure be interested in both 
windows and mac versions! 

Matthew A. Chambers, NR0Q 

President, Wright County Outlaws ARC 
On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 11:18 AM, David Klann < > wrote: 

The post(s) in question was (were) from Todd Baker in late July and 
early August (most recent copied below). 

Any news, Todd on posting the modified Audacity code to github? 



On 09/14/2016 11:10 AM, ermina wrote: 
> On 09/14/2016 06:01 PM, al davis wrote: 
>> The cart library is .wav files in /var/snd. If you know the cart 
>> number, you can open it in audacity, or any other sound file player or 
>> editor. 
> There would be a need to update the cart duration in the rivendell 
> database though. 
> _______________________________________________ 
> Rivendell-dev mailing list 

Post from Todd Baker: 
Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2016 09:33:15 -0400 (EDT) 
From: Todd Baker < > 
Subject: Re: [RDD] Pause a recording in RDLibrary? 

Dear All: 

I have gotten the go ahead to make our Audacity version available for 
people to compile 
and use... 

Will be making sure that all the licensing and trademark stuff is on the 
up and up... so that make take a few. 
But hopefully I can release something in a few days or so. 

Our Windows 10 version works on both older Rivendell versions (1.5.2) and 
newer Rivendell 2.0 versions - via a Portable Settings file configuration. 
So, anyone that wants to use this will have to do some configuring to make 
it work for them. There is also specific user information constraints that 
may have to be compiled and or configured in.. so I will look at how to 
explain/configure that (Rivendell user needs permission to access content). 

The code "should" work in other OS environments, but I haven't built it 
anywhere else recently - so that will be an evolving animal I expect. 

Current names on the running are: 

Anybody got any other name ideas? 

Will let you know when I have more information...... 


Todd Baker 
Radio Free Asia, Washington D.C. 

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