Markus Meyer wrote:
> which are the changes that would have to be made to make PortMixer work
> with PortAudio v19?
Sorry about the delay. Making PortMixer work with v19 would not
necessarily be hard, but it would require a bit of coding and testing on
all platforms. There's very little fundamentally different about v19
except for multiple host API support; thus PortMixer would need to take
a PortAudio stream pointer and figure out what host API it corresponds
to, then pass that off to the appropriate function.
Right now PortMixer dives into the private PortAudio data structures;
the theory was that for v19 there would be an API to access the
host-API-specific data that PortMixer needs - but that never
materialized. A "quick hack" that dug into private data structures
would probably be the easiest way to get something working.
Of course, to really be useful someone should also add ALSA support to
Btw, while I think it's great that you're updating PortAudio v19, I'm
still interested in working on RtAudio.
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