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Re: [Linphone-developers] Patch to support different alsa configurations

From: Guillaume Beraudo
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] Patch to support different alsa configurations
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2014 13:50:00 +0200
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.23 (2014-03-12)


I just pushed your patch.



On Wed, Apr 02, 2014 at 11:36:05AM +0200, address@hidden wrote:
> Inline: /n/ask/home/ingo/Software/linphone/patch
> Hey Linphoners,
> today I tried to setup my laptop with linphone. I use two soundcards in my 
> laptop, one for radio/music listening is a HighDefinition USB Card plugged 
> into a hifi amplifier and should be used for ring tones only, as I want to 
> notice when a call comes in, the other one I want to use for playback through 
> headphones.
> Once you got familiar with alsa you should switch off any sound daemons, 
> imho, as its much harder to customize sound daemon configuration, but 
> configuring alsa. So did I, years ago actually.
> Of course I don't want linphone to block control of my sound devices as other 
> software I might want to run as my favourite game, a browser or a music 
> player might want to play audio through the cards too. So I cannot use the 
> device detection algorithm, that finds cards only, but I need to specify two 
> custom alsa devices, that are configured as dmix slaves.
> But the alsadev configuration string is interpreted as one string and 
> repeated configuration strings aren't handled. So with the current source 
> code I can only setup one custom alsa device.
> The patch attached modifies the configuration algorithm to read alsadev as a 
> , separated list of custom alsa devices.
> If you extend the delimiters to several characters (",;:" for example) you 
> should write some extra code to strip delimiters from the string. I can do 
> that if you request that, but the code works for me, so I'll leave it as it 
> is for now.
> cheers ingo
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