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Re: [Traverso-user] Traverso forum

From: Thomas Orgis
Subject: Re: [Traverso-user] Traverso forum
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2012 01:30:33 +0200

Am Thu, 20 Sep 2012 17:46:31 -0400
schrieb Greg Alexander <address@hidden>: 

> Well, screenshots for you to decide:

I faintly remember these optics. I must have had a short look  back
then. Damn, traverso has been living at a back corner of my perception
for all that time, it's always there, but man, it's dark back in that

> Oh and I just installed liblilv-dev (debian-unstable) to get it to build.

Ah, that. Right. Seems like I got stuck at building the current git for
Source Mage (v4hn: I got some partial spells, prerequesites serd and
sord ... but my lilv spell is not pushed to the repo cause it did not
work yet). Those LV2 plugins really are a software overengineering
mess, gut feeling from a distro packager:-/

So .. I knew about the routing feature but failed to test it yet
because I didn't get my toolchain in order (yeah, sorry for not using
a mainstream distro for that).

> I'm still using gcc 4.6.3, but the other header issue shouldn't be too
> hard to sort out...  cmake/automake sort of things are never quite as
> good as you'd want for dependencies.

Oh, on that front: autotools suck, but those alternatives tend to suck
harder (at least for people trying to get them integrated with distro
build scripts). But that is overly off-topic here.

What really would be ineteresting in this thread would be some sign of
life from remon ...

Alrighty then,


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