On 02/19/2012 06:58 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> Are there any plans to make Qtractor available for Mac and/or Windows?
> I would prefer Windows.
> The newer a Linux distro I installed is, the more grotesque issues I
> Debian testing: No mouse and keyboard
> Arch Linux: No WLAN driver for my USB adapter, even compiling fails
> Ubuntu Studio Oneiric: No audio output
> Mint Lisa: KDE and Xfce are borked
> In general: the nv driver is replaced by a borked nouveau driver, only
> Arch Linux kept the nv driver
> pulseaudio always force to do some workaround
> no howto for any distro how to get ad-hoc wi-fi working
> tons of issues that can be fixed easily, but that anyway are
> very time consuming, e.g. building a kernel-rt at least
> takes one hour
> The broken workflow, related to another DE (GNOME2) that was
> I'll keep Linux, but at the moment I don't have the time to struggle
> with all those issues, OTOH I can put aside some money to get a Windows
> and my machine already is a multi-boot for several Linux installs, no
> problem to add a Windows.
> Ardour at least is available for Mac, while at least Jack is available
> for Windows and Qt also is available for Windows.
nope. it's linux exclusive still.
only when it ever gets to jack-midi, which is not even on a median
priority here, one could say that porting to those platforms would be
possible and straight forward... however, i must tell you this quite
frankly, i'm not personally interested the slightest on that ever, to
say the least, sorry ;)
rncbc aka Rui Nuno Capela