[linux-audio-dev] Looking for a home for a small jack utility....

Jack O'Quin joq at io.com
Wed Oct 13 17:15:31 EDT 2004


Eric Dantan Rzewnicki <rzewnickie at rfa.org> writes:

> On Wed, Oct 13, 2004 at 09:45:44PM +0100, Dan Mills wrote:
> > I have a small utility (jackswitch - a clickless <hopefully> audio
> > switch for the jack enviroment) and was wondering if there is a
> > site for hosting this kind of small simple utility program. Sure I
> > could create a web site for it but it seems rather silly to write
> > a website that is probably going to be larger then the tarball it
> > is created to host!  Steve, would plugin.org.uk take it?
> 
> Have you asked the jack developers? If it's sufficiently small and 
> simple they might consider including it with the jack distribution as an
> example client.

Sure, as long as it's a "good" example.  ;-)

It should be something that will not cause us a maintenance burden.
Large or exotic library dependencies should be avoided.  We don't want
to force people to install GTK or Qt just to compile JACK.  Some
dependencies can be conditionally configured, though.

Several of the JACK example clients are actually useful...
-- 
  joq


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