On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 7:59 AM, Brendan Jones wrote:
On 01/11/2012 01:45 PM, Orcan Ogetbil wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 5:51 AM, Brendan Jones
> <brendan.jones.it(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 01/11/2012 11:32 AM, Thomas Volkmann wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I stumbled over this some weeks ago: http://www.openoctave.org/
>>> think it looks very interesting and I definitely need to give it a try,
>>> but I failed miserably at building it.
>>> I contacted Thomas Moschny to ask if maybe he could do a package for it,
>>> but he has no time for it and suggested that I could try this list.
>>> Is there anyone who build it already and give me some instructions, or
>>> even provide a package?
>>> That would be so awesome!
>> Hi Thomas
>> Open Octave uses the new LV2 stack (Lilv, sord, suil, and serd), none of
>> which have been packaged yet (I'm doing them at the moment and shouldn't
>> too far off). When these are complete I can have a look at Open Octave.
>> You probably already know that this is a fork of Rosegarden which we do
>> in the repos.
> Nope, it is a fork of MusE, a project I develop for. Hence I am
> reluctant to package OO (there was a partially nasty story behind, one
> can find it out in the archives if he/she is so interested ). I don't
> oppose it if someone else packages it though. It's a free world.
Of course! I knew it was one of them...
Of interest, will Muse be using the new lv2 libraries?
Eventually yes, but nobody knows when. I made some initial research a
few months ago, but I couldn't figure out what is the best approach,
implementing a client from scratch, using slv2, lilv, or ?
Meanwhile you can always use lv2 plugins through some generic client
(e.g. zynjacku) .