On Wed, 18 Jul 2007, Mark Hills wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I have checked into the 'alsa' branch of the development repository. Aside
> from being an exercise in using Git, this is very basic ALSA support.
> I'm not thinking of actually replacing OSS; this is just for testing. I
> think a reasonable plan is to move toward generalising the audio support
> to both fd and callback-based devices, on the way to JACK and maybe
> CoreAudio support.
> You can switch to the remote 'alsa' branch by, for example, cloning the
> repository from the instructions in
> and then using
> cd xwax
> git checkout -b alsa origin/alsa
> There's still lots of work to be done though. I'm not planning on doing
> any serious work on this branch anytime soon, so if you have some interest
> in ALSA then please feel free to get involved.
I've made some updates to this branch today. Since we've been discussing
ALSA support recently, feel free to pull the changes from the repository
and give it a spin.
The implementation isn't complete (including buffer overruns causing input
to stop entirely) so it shouldn't be considered stable in any way.