IcedTea6 1.2 Released!
gk at spreadshirt.net
Tue Jun 17 08:57:53 PDT 2008
wow. very cool :-)
Thanks for trying, i'm really looking forward to downloading the
It sounds interesting to use virtual instruments from Java, that
should be possible then, isn't it? I am not very involved in this
project yet, i just saw the specifications and source parts of the gnu
classpath till now - and the information that it is not yet included.
Am 17.06.2008 um 17:30 schrieb Anthony Green:
> Mark Wielaard wrote:
>> Hi Guido,
>> On Tue, 2008-06-17 at 13:21 +0200, Guido Kämper wrote:
>>> congratulations to the new version!
>>> One question: The gnu classpath has a support for using DSSI
>>> instruments in the sound libraries. Are there plans to include
>>> this into the IcedTea platform - or is it already included? That
>>> would be really cool:)
>> No it hasn't been integrated yet. All midi handling is currently
>> done through Gervill, a software synthesizer. This has as advantage
>> disadvantage, depending on your view), that no direct integration
>> the native platform soft synths needs to be done.
>> I have CCed Anthony Green, who originally wrote the DSSI backend
>> for GNU
>> Classpath, to see if he might be interested in porting it to IcedTea.
>> Hi Anthony! :)
> Hi Mark. The DSSI providers were written using JNI, so they should
> be easy to port over to IcedTea. I'm happy to try. It will give me
> something to do on my flight today.
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