[ardour-users] ardour2.0-alpha2 is released

Carlos Pino pinojazz at gmail.com
Wed Mar 15 07:32:22 PST 2006

Paul Davis wrote:

>I have released a second alpha tarball of Ardour 2.0. A huge amount of
>work has been done since the last alpha tarball, and although there is
>definitely still some important work to be done, this is nearing beta
>status. I cannot promise that all of the reports from alpha1 have been
>addressed, but they will be before we release a beta.
>	http://ardour.org/ardour-2.0alpha2.tar.bz2
>Meanwhile, in the announcements category, I am pleased to report my
>return to full-time work on Ardour. A significant audio technology
>company has offered to pay me to work on Ardour, although at this time I
>cannot disclose their identity. Hopefully by the time LAC2006 comes
>around, they will be ready to do this.
Hi there.Congratulations Paul,it sounds very well.I think that's very 
good news also for all the LAU who uses ardour.

I have this error compiling in my Debian Sarge , kernel:

scons REFIX=/home/supertux/.ardour2/ BUILD_SSE_OPTIMIZATIONS=1

libs/gtkmm2/atk/atkmm/relationset.cc: In member function `void
Atk::RelationSet::add_relation_by_type(Atk::RelationType, const
libs/gtkmm2/atk/atkmm/relationset.cc:175: error: `
atk_relation_set_add_relation_by_type' undeclared (first use this
libs/gtkmm2/atk/atkmm/relationset.cc:175: error: (Each undeclared
identifier is
reported only once for each function it appears in.)
scons: *** [libs/gtkmm2/atk/atkmm/relationset.o] Error 1
scons: building terminated because of errors.

I checked the dependencies listed at the BUILD file of the tarball,I 
think all of it are installed on my system.

Any idea?

Thanks in advance.


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