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tritonus-javasequencer-0.3.7-0.0.20110107.1mdv2011.0 RPM for i586

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Name: tritonus-javasequencer Distribution: Mandriva Linux
Version: 0.3.7 Vendor: Mandriva
Release: 0.0.20110107.1mdv2011.0 Build date: Fri Jan 7 20:19:49 2011
Group: Development/Java Build host: n4.mandriva.com
Size: 35270 Source RPM: tritonus-0.3.7-0.0.20110107.1mdv2011.0.src.rpm
Packager: Paulo Andrade <pcpa@mandriva.com.br>
Url: http://www.tritonus.org/
Summary: A Java-Sequencer
Note that for this sequencer to provide stable timing, three
conditions have to be met:

1. System.currentTimeMillis() has to do what its name says:
provide the system time in milliseconds. Some lecacy operating
systems (Windows & co.) provide a timer resolution of only 10,
30 or 60 ms. For information on what you can expect on your
operating system, see the measurements of YIP Chi Lap [Beta]

2. A synthesizer or MIDI port implementation that responds
immediately.
Testing with the synthesizer of the Sun implementation resulted
in horrible timing. Timing with the hardware synthesizer of a
SB Life!, accessed via ALSA, was very good. Working with
WireProvider should be ok, too (assuming you manage to meet
the first point)

3. Small scheduling latencies. On the GNU/Linux system I tested,
even heavy file system traffic didn't lead to noticeable effects
on the timing. However, usage of the X server almost always led
to delays. This is due to the fact that the X server normally
runs with very high scheduling priority, stealing other processes
CPU time. Moving a window killed the timing. Even a running 'top'
was noticeable.

For testing with this sequencer, I recommend to use a recent
version of MidiPlayer from the Java Sound Examples.

Provides

Requires

License

LGPL

Changelog

* Fri Jan 07 2011 Paulo Andrade <pcpa@mandriva.com.br> 0.3.7-0.0.20110107.1mdv2011.0
  + Revision: 629660
  - Regenerate tarball from a fresh cvs checkout
  - Correct wrong java extension that did remove the jar and linked a
    link to a link
  - Move .jar files to %_javadir so that /usr/bin/build-classpath and
    related scripts find it
  - Also %if 0 the Requires of tritonus-mp3enc so that the main package
    is installable
* Wed Dec 08 2010 Oden Eriksson <oeriksson@mandriva.com> 0.3.7-0.0.cvs20080107.4mdv2011.0
  + Revision: 615272
  - the mass rebuild of 2010.1 packages
* Wed Jan 27 2010 Götz Waschk <waschk@mandriva.org> 0.3.7-0.0.cvs20080107.3mdv2010.1
  + Revision: 497125
  - fix build deps
  - readd cdparanoia libs
* Sun Sep 20 2009 Thierry Vignaud <tv@mandriva.org> 0.3.7-0.0.cvs20080107.2mdv2010.0
  + Revision: 445552
  - rebuild
* Thu Oct 16 2008 Alexander Kurtakov <akurtakov@mandriva.org> 0.3.7-0.0.cvs20080107.1mdv2009.1
  + Revision: 294485
  - remove unneeded req
  - really fix file list
  - br libtool
  - fix file list
  - import tritonus

Files

/usr/share/doc/tritonus-javasequencer
/usr/share/doc/tritonus-javasequencer/LGPL
/usr/share/java/tritonus_javasequencer-0.3.7.jar
/usr/share/java/tritonus_javasequencer.jar


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