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Re: [Linphone-developers] jack

From: Will Kemp
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] jack
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2004 10:26:01 +0000 (GMT)

On Sun, 7 Nov 2004, Tobias Gehrig wrote:

> >            if ((obj->write.port = jack_port_register (obj->client,
> Is here a line break in your original jackcard.c file? -------------^
> If so, that is probably the problem.

no, it's not like that in the original, or after it's been patched by your
first two patches. however, it's possible it was like that in the patch
(bloody email reader wrapping lines!), although i thought i'd checked

> If all fails, you could still just insert those 3 lines starting with a
> '+' (but without the '+' ;-)) at that position in the code in the
> jack_card_new() function (right after 'if (obj->persistent) {').

yeah, that's what i did the first time. but i must have messed it up
somehow, because it compiled ok, but didn't work properly. quite likely it
was nedit wrapping lines that time! ;-)

i'm a bit confused about the sequence of events the first time round now,
anyway, because i know i realised pine had wrapped that line and fixed it
in the patch file i used. but it's possible i fixed it *after* the patch
had failed! shrug...

anyway, i just edited the file manually this time, and built it. it works!

it still disconnects the output->playback and capture->input ports when a
call ends, which i don't personally think is a very good thing to do.

the main drawback of this behaviour is that it limits the options when it
comes to choosing the best system for getting the four required sets of
levels right (line->recorder, mic->recorder, line->headset, mic->line).
however, at this stage, it's not a major problem. possibly something to
consider though.

thanks for all your help!


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