From: Richard Bown <bownie@bo...> - 2003-10-22 16:15:50
Erm, forgive me if I'm barking but the ALSA client stuff seems a little
borked. On the other hand it could be correct and I've just got confused
or ahead of myself.
On a new ALSA client connecting I'm sure studio used to offer (0.9.1)
a new (Rosegarden) device at the gui straight away. If this was later
shutdown then the device would hang around and the connection would
simply drop from it.
At the moment I'm running the sequencer in a terminal and bringing up and
down fluidsynth. I don't see any new devices appearing although I can
certainly create a new device for myself and add the connection manually.
BTW does anyone else (i.e. Chris) think that the apply sub dialog on the
device manager is a bit annoying? I know it's not a simple job to keep
these things synced but I just thought I'd say it anyway.
From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2003-10-22 17:01:37
Richard Bown wrote:
> On a new ALSA client connecting I'm sure studio used to offer (0.9.1)
> a new (Rosegarden) device at the gui straight away.
Yes -- assuming there are no existing devices without connections,
otherwise the new client will be connected to the first of those.
> shutdown then the device would hang around and the connection would
> simply drop from it.
Can't test the current behaviour here, but that's what's expected.