Hi Stefano, Hi Jonathan,Hi Stefano
This warning comes from the fact that ffado automatically search for routing configuration in the rom at low (44.1, 48kHz), mid (88.2, 96kHz) and high (192kHz) samplerate. Since 192kHz configuration does not exist for Pro 40 (as for many other DICE Jr and mini chip based devices), it induces this warning message. I was wondering from a long time ago how we can circumvent this in an elegant but still relevant way ...Welcome! On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 01:40:12AM -0200, Stefano Vettorazzi Campos wrote: > I want to help with the development. I know the basics of C++ but I don't > have experience. That's fine - experience can most easily be gained by working with the code. > My Saffire Pro 40 is working, but I saw some Warnings in debug mode. I > don't know if it helps for optimization, but I share the log (only the > warnings) with you. Most of these are in fact harmless in the right context. I'll try to explain this with reference to the specific warnings you've posted. > Warning (dice_eap.cpp) read: No routes found. Base 0x7, offset 0x4000 Phil is our resident DICE routing expert. He is the best one to comment on whether this is something we need to look at, and if so, how that might be done.
Philippe Carriere <email@example.com>