[ardour-dev] Compiling Ardour with xfst 0.5
markknecht at gmail.com
Tue Nov 15 07:06:13 PST 2005
On 11/15/05, Geoff Beasley <songshop at bizmedia.com.au> wrote:
> I think i'll still try and do it with the information you sent to me before.
> > > > On Tue, 2005-11-15 at 06:57 +0000, Geoff Beasley wrote:
> > > > > Is there a way of compiling ardour with xfst support?
> > > >
> > > > Apparently so, but I think you'd have to be a bit more of a hacker than
> > > > me ... I recently emailed Torben to ask him how to do this, so i'll
> > > > just paste that here and you can see if it helps out (and if you get it
> > > > working, could you give me a *really* dumbed-down version of how to do
> > > > it?):
> > >
> > > no, there isn't. it involves a much more radical design. i hope to do
> > > this one day after 2.0 comes out. it involves compiling ardour as a
> > > win32 executable. honest. no, really.
> > ouch. i was thinking xfst and jack-fst were very similarly coded, and
> > that it was just a matter of editing a few links in the ardour code (no,
> > i *don't* know what i'm talking about, really :) ....
> > meh - it's not that much of a drama to launch it externally, i guess.
> > can't wait for 2.0!
> > shayne
Hi. First, be clear that this is not working for me on my AMD64
machine yet. You're results may be better.
I filed a Bug report with the Wine guys about the Wine Jack driver
not being able to connect to the Jack server.
One user reported back that he saw the same thing I did. However he
did more testing and found in his case that he did connect when he
turned off realtime support in the Jack invocation.
I suspect that he is possibly using an older version of Jack than I
am. On my machine turning off realtime in Jack didn't help. I still
cannot connect. However, if it worked for you then you could connect
to the VST using Savihost as you would with any external Jack app.
Maybe you can try that out and report back. Put any results in the
Wine bug report if you can.
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