I'd like to experiment with LASH, toward incorporating LASH
client functionality into Nama.
I could use a little help getting LASH to compile,
Lash-audio.org seems to be down. Perhaps someone here
knows what to do.
After some fiddling under my debian/sid distribution, I
start with configure thusly:
XML_LIBS=/usr/lib JACK_LIBS=/usr/lib READLINE_LIBS=/usr/lib/libreadline.so
(Configure and its brethren seem to expect to find libs and
includes under /usr/local.)
Right now the problem is in compiling simple_client.c:
gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I../.. -I../.. /usr/include/ -I/usr/include/alsa -g -O2 -MT lash_simple_client-simple_client.o -MD -MP -MF .deps/lash_simple_client-simple_client.Tpo -c -o lash_simple_client-simple_client.o `test -f 'simple_client.c' || echo './'`simple_client.c
simple_client.c: In function 'main':
simple_client.c:95: error: 'JackNullOption' undeclared (first use in this function)
I see JackNullOption is defined in /usr/include/jack/types.h,
so I tried adding this line to simple_client.c:
Still getting the same error.
Could there be a JACK version problem? LASH expects
jack_version > 0.99, but the latest JACK I have is 0.116.
I had just hacked that part:
MISSING_REQUIRED=" JACK >= 0.1"
Any suggestions or explanations by the C-savvy would be welcome.
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