[alsa-devel] Documentation Request

Joël Krähemann joel at weedlight.ch
Wed Sep 4 19:21:01 CEST 2013


Assumed it's really an open source project why not looking at code from
other projects. There are many applications that do midi e.g. lmms,
rosegarden and probably many more.

http://code.ohloh.net and http://www.codase.com is providing good code
search engines.

So let me help you. Pick a function you're interested in and just copy
it to the search field.

And don't get being disappointed of frustrated open source developers.

have a nice day

On Wed, 2013-09-04 at 10:30 -0400, Carl Canuck wrote:
> Continue the conversation if you choose, but I am searching for the
> unsubscribe button as we speak.
> I have no incentive to port anything to Linux other than some general
> feelings of goodwill towards the open source community.  If you truly feel
> that writing a kludgy API with poor documentation and example code that's
> only meant to be wrapped into other APIs developed by those brave souls
> willing to take the time to reverse engineer it all is good business, then
> by all means keep on doing what you're doing.   It is my personal
> conviction that I would much rather retain full control of my application
> by communicating directly with ALSA rather than delegating control to Jack
> just to ease the pain of deciphering your poor documentation.
> I am truly sorry for taking time away from your driver development, please
> continue with your work and let this conversation die in peace, I will not
> be participating in this conversation or your mailing list any further.
> On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 10:05 AM, Clemens Ladisch <clemens at ladisch.de> wrote:
> > Carl Canuck wrote:
> > > if the attitude of the ALSA community is
> >
> > There is no individual that has the power to speak for the community.
> >
> >
> > Regards,
> > Clemens
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