jani at ubuntu.com
Thu Apr 17 02:49:32 EDT 2008
>> -why are the cpp sources in the MANIFEST and consequently in the xo?
> At the beginning we TamTam was only one activity with a welcome
> screen to choose which component to play with. When we were aksed to
> spilt the activities it was the simplest way for us to manage all
> activities from one git tree. But all sounds and common images are
> located only inside TamTamEdit.
Ok. But are the c++ sources in common/Util/Clooper/ needed in the final xo?
>> -which versions do you recommend for packaging. Latest are 48 and 49 ,
>> depending on the activity
> Always the latest... even though i'm on the way to make major changes
> in the way TamTam handle resources (mic recording, synthlab
> sounds...) to respect OLPC security policy. These changes will
> complicate once more the port to others system...
>> I got them to build and start on Ubuntu but I have no sound
>> The lib is acsound64 not acsound in debian/ubuntu so the link flag
>> needed a change to rebuild the aclient.so instead of using the one
>> in git.
> I don't think using the aclient is the better way to make it work on
> Debian. This client was build very tight to save cpu cycles on the
> XO. The better way is to use the Python API for Csound... (with the
> API, don't forget to remove -n flag (no sound) in tamtamorc.csd).
> Maybe James can tell you more about aclient.so
I did not look closely so did not realize that python-csound is not
used. Anyway I'd rather keep changes from the XO version at a minimum
for now and not add extra code. The goal is to get it working first.
One important issue I forgot to mention yesterday: there are no
licensing headers or copyright files in the sources except in
Clooper/audio.cpp which comes from ALSA.
Can you when time permits add any kind of copyright notice along the
source files? It is impossible to upload to either Debian or Ubuntu
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