im no programming expert and from the little that has been discussed in my java programming class instead of using blocking I/o wouldnt it bet better to uses non blocking I/o or does that not exist in c++?

On Fri, Mar 26, 2010 at 2:55 PM, Paul Giblock <drfaygo@gmail.com> wrote:
The main problem you will have to conquer is the fact that LMMS uses a
lot of non-RT-safe code in what would have to be the process() thread.
 Between things like mallocs and blocking, there would be a whole lot
to refactor to get proper JACK support.  Also, there would be a great
deal of work to make LMMS actually use JACK for it's routing (I.e: to
wire a FX line to the Master line).

Feel free to try this.  People really want JACK support in LMMS.  In
the meantime, I'm going to keep working on my core rewrite.

-Paul

On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 7:01 PM, Filipe Lopes <falktx@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there guys, thanks for this amazing app!
>
> I know you guys aren't too much interested in Jack support, so I think I can
> help with that.
> But first, I need to know if there's anyone already working on this.
> Also, some tips would be really useful, as I'm mostly a PyQy dev, not C++.
>
> Here's a small vid showing what I was able to do so far (play/pause/stop):
> http://kxstudio.sourceforge.net/downloads/lmms-trans_exp01.ogv
> (please download the file instead of open it, or it won't work).
>
> Thanks in advance
>
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