On 08/01/2012 11:53 AM, James Morris wrote:
I don't see what you mean. You've a list of apps with NSM support. You
can use those in the NSM session. Other apps you can launch via
nsm-proxy. If you want to use Ladish l1, look at the list of apps with
ladish l1 support.
No session manager, that's a problem. Users play around with stuff and
never become productive. Standalone Jack applications are nice, but
without good session support modular linuxaudio is a joke to say it frankly.
First, it makes it far more easy to implement NSM. The time consuming
'search work' for adding session support is already done.
Second, I assume that it is possible to support more session api's in
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