[Haskell-cafe] Using `jack` on Windows, sounds realistic?
alois.cochard at gmail.com
Fri Aug 15 12:50:00 UTC 2014
Thanks for your quick answer (and your awesome libraries by the way)!
I'm afraid I didn't make myself clear:
I have *not* tried yet to install and use the binding on windows.
I was wondering if that was a reasonable thing to hope for, as most of my
friends run windows and I wanted them to try my synth :-)
It's good to hear the package was built with that in mind! I'll probably
setup a virtual machine in near future and give it a try... I'll surely let
you if I run into issues.
BTW1: Oh nice, I just registered to that list!
BTW2: Synthezire is a wonderful project thanks for that! I actually read
some of the code already, but as I'm really begining in the domain I
prefered to start from scratch (to understand well how things fit
together), I'll probably try to reuse part of your code later, that's a
very impressive work you have done here!
On 15 August 2014 13:24, Henning Thielemann <
schlepptop at henning-thielemann.de> wrote:
> Am 15.08.2014 um 13:56 schrieb Alois Cochard:
> I've been recently used the great `jack` library from Henning Thielemann
>> (cc'ed) on my linux computer.
>> It work like a charm, but I was wondering about Windows support?
>> As I see Jack run on windows, I'm hoping I might be able to build my
>> haskell application that use `jack` on windows as well, is that
>> realistic? anyone have tried already?
> I am using the pkgconfig feature from Cabal and hoped that this would make
> the package portable. It sounds like you tried to install the Haskell JACK
> bindings on Windows and it failed? Can you describe how it failed? If I can
> adapt the package to make it work on Windows, I'd be happy to do it.
> Btw. 1: you can also discuss such issues at:
> > Note: I plan to have an other backend using 'portaudio', which would
> > allow me to be cross-platform anyway... but using Jack bring ASIO
> > support, which is really need for my use case (real time synthesizer).
> Btw. 2: I have already built a realtime synthesizer with JACK backend:
> (You can only hear it, but you see the live-sequencer.)
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