Subject: Re: [ecasound] Re: ecamegapedal 0.1dev6 released
From: Kai Vehmanen (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jun 27 2001 - 00:04:46 EEST
On Mon, 25 Jun 2001, Junichi Uekawa wrote:
>> Ecamegapedal uses different default values. You should get identical
>> performance with:
>> ecasound -i /dev/dsp -o /dev/dsp -b:256 -z:nointbuf
> That seems to answer my question.
> -b:256 does not run reliably on this system I am
> currently using...
Ok, I should add options for selecting the buffersize and possibly other
ecasound related params. Even better, there should be a graphical
configuraion dialog. And this should be added to all Qt eca apps
(qtecasound, ecawave and ecamegapedal).
I've been thinking about adding a hierarchy-based config-file system,
where you could have multiple levels of configuration files. For instance,
you could have the following files:
Now these files could contain both app-specific, and ecasound-wide
settings. Let's take 'default-buffersize' for an example. When
ecamegapedal is started, it first goes through ~/.ecamegapedal, if d-bsize
is not found, it goes to /usr/local/share/ecamegapedal, then to
~/.ecasoundrc, then to /usr/local/share/ecasound, and only then falls back
to hardcoded (in the src code) defaults. If the user changes his
preferences, the new values would be stored in ~/.ecamegapedal.
Other apps (qtecasound, ecawave, possibly others) could use a similar
Btw; any comments on the software itself? I have got very
little feedback concerning ecamegapedal. Is it usable, a good start, or
something I should not waste my time on...?
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