From: Jeff Welty <welty@ha...> - 2004-02-19 04:31:14
It's been pretty quite on the GWC development front for a while. Tom
Younker's recently asked a question which
got me primed to rework some of GWC. The changes will be fairly
transparent as far as the use of GWC. Gnome version 2 has been out for
a while (3 years or so), and it's time GWC got ported forward to that
new API. Also Frank Freudenber has submitted some patches for cutting
and pasting portions of the audio file. Rob Fair submitted a patch to
allow you to select the audio device, rather than be stuck with the OSS
or ALSA defaults.
I have encorporated Frank and Rob's patches. And I have started the
port to Gnome 2.x Things are looking pretty good so far, but I have
lost the accelerator keys, so I have more digging to do in the GTK 2.0
changes that have occured to find out what the problem is there.
Once I have the Gnome 2 port complete, I plan to get back to gwc-libs,
and get the declicking and decrackle algorithms moved over there, and
then rewire gwc to use the gwc-libs.
I have heard rumors of gwc segfaulting during denoising, but only 1
person has reported the problem and I cannot reproduce the problem. For
that user, the segfault occured on the very first line of code after a
large amount of virtual memory was allocated by gwc, so I'm not sure if
it's gwc or that flavor of linux.
I hope you all are having good success with gwc. It's a little late,
but happy new year! :-)