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Debian 10 – buster freeze
Click the following link to see important dates of Debian 10 stable release codename Buster:
To enter the stable distribution with GSequencer is an important step to me. 2 years ago, the situation about Advanced Gtk+ Sequencer was different. There were too many changes, too late and this led to the situation of not being considered.
This time we are good prepared, many unit-tests are available now. The functional test cases are extended as well. Covering new machines like:
2 major releases have been published by me, since then. For the 2.0.x release the entire audio layer was refactored. Providing thread-safe properties, a new parallel recursively computed dispatcher and common flags.
The waveform editor was implemented with recording capabilities. Improved pulseaudio playback supporting caching. Configuration in-place works now reliable.
Recent changes includes the ability to update oscillator controls depending on samplerate.
A built-in Open Sound Control server and support for the content format. This all by providing low-level functions along with a builder and parser.
And for sure tons of bug-fixes.
Few months ago, I was asked to implement the source code of monoidea’s monothek.
Monoidea is a artistic design and print media company. The Swiss based start-up wanted to realize a service to promote artistic work. Especially music is the topic of the planned installation. To give a platform to lesser known artists from the region.
The initial code base is available from Github and is a work in progress.
Monothek uses the Advanced Gtk+ Sequencer Library as foundation of its code. The custom UI was created by the principles of MVC – model view controller. Each view inherits direct of its abstract base type MonothekView, itselves a GtkWidget sub-class. Monothek does make serious use of GObject type system.
As trying a common playlist where each audio file is about 4-5 minutes. The memory usage was approximately 3.5 GB, including Xorg and Mate Desktop running.
We keep you updated on this topic.
About gsequencer and minos-one
The domains gsequencer.org and minos-one.org recently pointed to different locations. The savannah hosted site nongnu.org/gsequencer will stay the same. Note nongnu.gsequencer.org points to it, now.
I am looking forward to setup this web-hosting, since I have much more abilities with my own web-hosting.
Further the minos-one ISO image was for a while not available because I didn’t know where to put it to.
Another big thing to me is having HTML5 videos.
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