[linux-audio-user] Re: [ardour-users] jack_fst and gcc4

Dave Phillips dlphillips at woh.rr.com
Sat Oct 22 22:06:27 EDT 2005


Mark Knecht wrote:

>On 10/22/05, Martin Wohlleben <Martin.Wohlleben at gmx.de> wrote:
>  
>
>>Am Sonntag, 23. Oktober 2005 00:02 schrieb Mark Knecht:
>>    
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>>>On 10/21/05, torbenh at gmx.de <torbenh at gmx.de> wrote:
>>>      
>>>
>>>>On Fri, Oct 21, 2005 at 08:33:55PM -0400, Hector Centeno-Garcia wrote:
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>>>Thanks! We help ourselves... that's the nice thing about open source.
>>>>>With the -r option Crystal works for me now. What is this option for?
>>>>>One plugin that I can't get working is the SRI_1010. It would be very
>>>>>nice to have this one unless you know of any other free convolution
>>>>>plugin. I tried with and without the -r option and I get:
>>>>>
>>>>>err:midi:MIDI_AlsaToWindowsDeviceType Cannot determine the type of this
>>>>>midi device. Assuming FM Synth
>>>>>gui_thread_id = 10
>>>>>could not post message to gui thread
>>>>>cannot create editor
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>>>hmmm... this looks like the plugin is trying to open a midi port by
>>>>itself. try to configure wine so that it does not see any alsa midiport.
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>>>Have any of you tried to use this one?
>>>>>
>>>>>cheers!
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>Hector.
>>>>>          
>>>>>
>>>>--
>>>>torben Hohn
>>>>http://galan.sourceforge.net -- The graphical Audio language
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>Hi all,
>>>   I just got a few minutes to try xfst on my AMD64 machine. Did
>>>anyone else run into this:
>>>
>>>mark at lightning ~/CODE/xfst-0.3 $ make
>>>winebuild -o xfst.exe.dbg.c --debug -C. audiomaster.c fst.c
>>>fstinfofile.c gtk.c jfst.c vsti.c vstwin.c
>>>winebuild: unrecognized option `--debug'
>>>Usage: winebuild [OPTIONS] [FILES]
>>>
>>><SNIP>
>>>
>>>make: *** [xfst.exe.dbg.c] Error 1
>>>mark at lightning ~/CODE/xfst-0.3 $
>>>
>>>I hope I'm doing this correctly. I put the Steinberg headers in the
>>>vst directory and then ran make. That seems to be what the README file
>>>suggests. There is also a file called readme.jack-fst which seems ot
>>>be leftover from the older Jack_fst. Is that correct?
>>>
>>>Make does seem to want to run winebuild, and winebuild on my system
>>>doesn't support an option called debug.
>>>
>>>mark at lightning ~/CODE/xfst-0.3 $ wine --version
>>>Wine 20050930
>>>mark at lightning ~/CODE/xfst-0.3 $
>>>
>>>   Did I miss some conversation about this?
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Mark
>>>      
>>>
>>Hi Marc,
>>
>>I got the same failure with wine20050930. I downgraded wine to wine20050830
>>and xfst-0.3 compiled cleanly.
>>You also have to change the vst header as for jack_fst. Otherwise you get some
>>error messages and make will "fail". I don't know exactly what I changed
>>exactly, but you can find the headers which I used attached to this e-mail.
>>I still got a failure message, during compilation but xfst works.
>>
>>good luck,
>>Martin
>>
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>
>Thanks for the confirmation Martin. Backing down on Wine is not an
>option. I'll wait and hope Torben will update the files to fix it.
>
>Cheers,
>Mark
>
>
>  
>
Hi guys:

  Yes, I'm having the same problem with winebuild. The trouble is that 
the syntax for winebuild's options has changed from what Torben has in 
the Makefile. Unfortunately I haven't yet figured out the new magic 
incantation, but I did spend an hour or so on it this afternoon. Got no 
joy, same as you. :(

Best,

dp


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