That hot-plugging for jack is really a good idea.
On Saturday 30 January 2010 19:00:17 Paul Davis wrote:
I don't think its a problem: The "clients" that are actually hardware, driv=
the jack-clock/-loop. No such client, no driving jack. Unless freewheeling=
Will be a bit of a problem to represent that gui-wise.
Thinking one step further, all available devices could then plug into jack=
when wanted/needed, from all kinds of hardware. This would mean mostly one=
pci/onboard alsa/oss soundcard will pop up and all usb/firewire devices too=
While this reduces the chance of jack running without a device driving it,=
this highly enhances the chance of xruns when the clocks of the devices are=
Maybe that can be "fixed" by selecting one device as the master and do=20
resampling for the others...
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