i don't know how it IS, but MusE's sequencer should actually not depend
> Hi Florian,
> 2012/9/18 Florian Jung <email@example.com
>> once a while ago, i tried to compile MusE on FreeBSD, which after minor
>> changes succeeded. The produced binary, however, was not able to start
>> because ALSA could not be properly initalized (which is true, because
>> freeBSD has no alsa.)
>> in the last time, there were some changes around the audio subsystem
>> (which i didn't really follow), so my question is: is MusE still
>> dependant of ALSA, or can it run in JACK-only environments now? (i think
>> my problem was that MusE wanted to use ALSAs timer or so.)
> ALSA is still very much a dependency.
> It is used both by the sequencer layer (maybe this is optional now?) and
> the timer.
> The alsa timer dependency can easily be worked around if there is some
> other timer available. I don't know much about bsd, does it have a
> compatible RTC device? If so the alsa timer can simply be removed.