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[STUMP] OT: (know)Any Debian folks out there who're willing to update a
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[STUMP] OT: (know)Any Debian folks out there who're willing to update a an Emacsy program?
Sat, 31 May 2008 14:00:55 -0500
Snd is an extensible sound editor, with many emacs-isms, such as
keybindings, extensible with a Lisp dialect(Guile or gauche. also Ruby
and Forth(FORTH!)) and minimal dependence on the keyboard.
The current version in Debian 2.5 years old, and the online manual
(the only useful guide, it lacks Emacs' help system) is not very
useful without the most recent version installed.
it currently builds fine under sid, but you'll need guile-1.8-dev and
guile-1.8-libs in addition to 'build-dep snd' and to build with alsa,
jack, and gtk (debian seems to lack the needed motif headers, tried
installing various motif packages to no avail, and the OSS portion of
the configure script seemed to not find what it's looking for, which
is not a good thing).
Not sure how many hackers are doing sound editing/creation, but this
is a cool tool that lets you do both. How many apps let you hack the
good hack on your sound files?
Manual(also linked from main page):
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