From: John Rieffel <jrieffel@cs...> - 2006-05-08 03:18:57
I've been out of the musickit scene for awhile. Have you been able
to compile Musickit on intel macs? Am I correct in assuming that any
code I've written for PPC Mac OSX which uses MusicKit won't run under
John Rieffel, Brandeis University
From: Leigh Smith <leigh@le...> - 2006-05-08 08:30:54
> I've been out of the musickit scene for awhile. Have you been able
> to compile Musickit on intel macs? Am I correct in assuming that
> any code I've written for PPC Mac OSX which uses MusicKit won't run
> under Rosetta?
I haven't tried running the MusicKit under Rosetta. The version at
the head of the Subversion repository does indeed compile and run on
Intel but there are a few issues which need to be resolved before a
1. There is an issue with sound input on the MacBook Pro which may be
more wide ranging than just that machine that needs investigating. A
work around is to simply disable the input in order to have the sound
2. There is an issue with SndAudioProcessorRecorder not writing files
correctly (this seems more dependent on changes around 10.4.4 than
3. Further testing needs to be done.
4. Documentation needs updating.
5. There is further work required to build the MusicKit as universal
(rather than simply Intel or PPC). Most of this relates to getting
SndKit support libraries to build as universal libraries, and there
probably needs to be some flags changed in the Xcode build process.
At the moment I have competing projects that are holding me back from
tackling the issues above. But for most users, checking out the code
and running autogen.sh should now work. Of course let me know if that
is not the case and I'll see what I can do.
Leigh M. Smith