yes, that is my intention. However the library has to support many more
features to stay on par with the needs of the current applications in
MATE and I'm yet to research and discuss the needs of supporting other
backends apart from pulseaudio as it would add quite a lot of complexity
to both the library and applications.
To give you more insight, my GSoC project focuses on abstracting the
pulseaudio mixer code from the MATE applications into a library and
leaves the door open for future development to support other backends
either during the GSoC (if time permits) or later. However I've realized
I'd like to decide on supporting other backends sooner rather than later
because the backends differ quite a lot in supported features.
Dne 10.5.2014 00:00, Guido Berhoerster napsal(a):
* Michal Ratajsky <michal.ratajsky(a)gmail.com> [2014-05-09 23:51]:
intend to start working on API for the mixer
abstraction library I'm
going to design for the project. I also want to examine some other
UNIX operating systems and see their status on sound system support
to address the portability concerns I have had.
are you planning to create something comparable to the gstmixer
interface that was dropped in gstreamer 1.0?
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