## Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7

 Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre - 2006-01-31 14:18:19 ```On Tuesday 31 January 2006 5:15 am, Chris Cannam wrote: > Liblo releases are labelled with two separate numbers divided by a point. > 0.18 is the 18th subrelease of release 0, and thus more recent than 0.7. > I'm not keen on that numbering system myself (I prefer my release numbers > to compare in the expected order as floats or strings), but it is quite > common. Now I get it. Math people. You're math people. You read that as 0.7 >= 0.18 and said "But wait, 7/10 is not greater than or equal to 18/100" Whereas I, being fundamentally number-averse, didn't read it as a float at all, and just thought "18 is greater than 7, duhhhh, what's the problem?" Interesting. I apologize for being flippant about a legitimate bit of confusion. -- D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre ---- Silvan Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621 Author of Rosegarden Companion http://rosegarden.sourceforge.net/tutorial/ ```

 [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: - 2006-01-31 06:35:34 ```I built Rosegarden from CVS-Head and run over some message "liblo>=3D0.7", = gentoo's "official" download site offers only liblo 0.18 and 0.22 (http://p= ackages.gentoo.org/search/?sstring=3Dliblo; which was released Oct'05). Is = this a different liblo from your prerequisite's liblo? (Going from gentoo's= site to liblo's homepage shows only a 0.22 and 0.23, nothing 'bout >=3D0.7= ). Everything else went fine, Rosegarden started. 1. How do I determine, that I'm running the CVS-Head (About shows 4.1-r1) 2. There's no debugging 'bout SysEx (or I'm not able to find the switch, co= nfigured with scons configure debug=3Dall) 3. No SysEx-payload send, no payload received=0A=0A=0A=0A"Jetzt Handykosten= senken mit klarmobil - 14 Ct./Min.! Hier klicken"=0Awww.klarmobil.de/index= .html?pid=3D73025=0A ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre - 2006-01-31 08:51:35 ```On Tuesday 31 January 2006 1:35 am, b.ohnsorg@... wrote: > I built Rosegarden from CVS-Head and run over some message "liblo>=0.7", > gentoo's "official" download site offers only liblo 0.18 and 0.22 > (http://packages.gentoo.org/search/?sstring=liblo; which was released > Oct'05). Is this a different liblo from your prerequisite's liblo? (Going > from gentoo's site to liblo's homepage shows only a 0.22 and 0.23, nothing > 'bout >=0.7). Everything else went fine, Rosegarden started. I have 0.22 myself, and this all works fine. 22 is greater than or equal to (>=) 0.7, so this isn't surprising. > 1. How do I determine, that I'm running the CVS-Head (About shows 4.1-r1) Should be 4-1.2_cvs for HEAD. > 2. There's no debugging 'bout SysEx (or I'm not able to find the switch, > configured with scons configure debug=all) 3. No SysEx-payload send, no > payload received The debug=all isn't the whole story as far as debugging things goes. We have a lot of defines commented out in various places, to be enabled as necessary for spot debugging various problems. Most of this is turned off so we don't have to wade through tons of uninteresting messages (and too much is currently turned on, too... I have to wade through 10,000 pages just to find the four lines I'm looking for.) I have no idea if there is anything for sysex or not, although I doubt it. You may have to go roll your own debug stream messages to watch what's going on. Where to put them, don't ask me. If I can be said to have an area of expertise at all, this sure ain't it. -- D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre ---- Silvan Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621 Author of Rosegarden Companion http://rosegarden.sourceforge.net/tutorial/ ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: Chris Cannam - 2006-01-31 10:15:28 ```On Tuesday 31 Jan 2006 08:51, D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre wrote: > I have no idea if there is anything for sysex or not, although I doubt it. I committed some debug output for sysex earlier in this discussion, so yes. Chris ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: Chris Cannam - 2006-01-31 10:15:32 ```On Tuesday 31 Jan 2006 06:35, b.ohnsorg@... wrote: > I built Rosegarden from CVS-Head and run over some message "liblo>=0.7", > gentoo's "official" download site offers only liblo 0.18 and 0.22 Liblo releases are labelled with two separate numbers divided by a point. 0.18 is the 18th subrelease of release 0, and thus more recent than 0.7. I'm not keen on that numbering system myself (I prefer my release numbers to compare in the expected order as floats or strings), but it is quite common. > 1. How do I determine, that I'm running the CVS-Head (About shows 4.1-r1) As Michael says, it should be 4-1.2_cvs. Chris ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre - 2006-01-31 14:18:19 ```On Tuesday 31 January 2006 5:15 am, Chris Cannam wrote: > Liblo releases are labelled with two separate numbers divided by a point. > 0.18 is the 18th subrelease of release 0, and thus more recent than 0.7. > I'm not keen on that numbering system myself (I prefer my release numbers > to compare in the expected order as floats or strings), but it is quite > common. Now I get it. Math people. You're math people. You read that as 0.7 >= 0.18 and said "But wait, 7/10 is not greater than or equal to 18/100" Whereas I, being fundamentally number-averse, didn't read it as a float at all, and just thought "18 is greater than 7, duhhhh, what's the problem?" Interesting. I apologize for being flippant about a legitimate bit of confusion. -- D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre ---- Silvan Linux fanatic, and certified Geek; registered Linux user #243621 Author of Rosegarden Companion http://rosegarden.sourceforge.net/tutorial/ ```
 Re: [Rosegarden-user] Building rosegarden - liblo 0.7 From: Brett McCoy - 2006-01-31 14:35:30 ```D. Michael 'Silvan' McIntyre wrote: >>Liblo releases are labelled with two separate numbers divided by a point. >>0.18 is the 18th subrelease of release 0, and thus more recent than 0.7. >>I'm not keen on that numbering system myself (I prefer my release numbers >>to compare in the expected order as floats or strings), but it is quite >>common. > > > Now I get it. Math people. You're math people. You read that as 0.7 >= 0.18 > and said "But wait, 7/10 is not greater than or equal to 18/100" Whereas I, > being fundamentally number-averse, didn't read it as a float at all, and just > thought "18 is greater than 7, duhhhh, what's the problem?" > > Interesting. I apologize for being flippant about a legitimate bit of > confusion. I would have numbered things as 0.07... 0.18 to make that kind of thing more obvious to everyone. :-) -- Brett -- Brett McCoy: Programmer by Day, Guitarist by Night http://www.alhazred.com http://www.cassandrasyndrome.com http://www.revelmoon.com ```