If somebody is interested in, I've built a dirty Debian package (etch)
with checkinstall of sundays cvs-Version of audacity:
You can download it at:
It installs in /opt, so it can be used beside the normal
audacity-1.2.3-package - to have a look to the things that will come.
I had to compile with gcc-3.3 and the utf-8-modified language.cpp
which Richard Ash posted in this list a month ago.
Seems to work fine.
The possibility of something like "regions" in a track will be a big
But at the moment it seemes to be buggy: After saving
and reloading a project with splitted tracks (those with "regions") all
volume-graphs after the first "empty" field in a track are gone. I had
to cut some seconds at the end of the some track and than "undo" that
that the volume-graph reappears. But after saving and reloading the
same effect: all volume-graphs are gone.
All in all, I'm impressed ...
From: Graham Mitchell <graham@gr...> - 2005-10-25 23:48:41
> If somebody is interested in, I've built a dirty Debian package (etch)
> with checkinstall of sundays cvs-Version of audacity:
Thanks for the effort. However, it'd be best to stay away from CVS for a week
or so. A beta release of 1.3.0 is due to be released pretty soon now, so
there are a WHOLE LOT of bugfixes happening and temporary instabilities.
> But at the moment it seemes to be buggy...
You ain't kidding. Give it about a week or so. Once 1.2.4 is out (currently
just waiting on the translators) and 1.3.0 beta is released, it'd be helpful
if you could rebuild the .deb at that time.
Graham Mitchell - computer science teacher, Leander High School
"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge."
-- Charles Darwin