and sorry for the late reply.
On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 6:05 PM, Samuel Thibault <email@example.com> wrote:
> Understood. But my point is that liboss-salsa already provides
> ALSA-compatibility headers. *Digging a bit more, it seems
> libdssialsacompat installs its alsa headers into /usr/include/dssi/alsa,
> so there shouldn't be a conflict actually. *I guess this is where you
> intended to let it install them?
Sure, it is so.
I've understood the point: the goal is to integrate those symbols in
liboss-salsa, I think it's feasible and some work on both
libdssialsacompat and liboss-salsa-dev is needed in order to get it
- asoundef.h might be removed from libdssisalsacompat-dev and
replaced by a symlink to the header provided by libasound2-dev
- liboss-salsa-dev's seq_midi_event.h should point to
- seq_event.h needs little more investigation, the copy provided by
libdssisalsacompat-dev may need to be refresh'd
This is just to set a beginning point, but I'm not an experienced
kfreebsd porter, so any help is appreciated
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