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I've got a couple of small tutorials / code examples up on me blog for
dealing with Jack Clients & Gtk in C++.
Might be of help.. But the Jack source examples are good although I found
them hard to understand at first..!
2010/3/12 Bj=F6rn Lindig
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Hey,<shamelessSelfPromotion>I've got a couple of =
small tutorials / code examples up on me blog for dealing with Jack Clients=
& Gtk in C++.Might be of help.. But the Jack source examples are g=
ood although I found them hard to understand at first..!
</shamelessSelfPromotion>Cheers, -Harry2010/3/12 Bj=F6rn Lindig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I started playing arround with the jack example-clients. And I read through=
james' toutorial at dis-dot-dat.net (I think it is great, easy to understand
and very helpful). Now I would like to continue practicing. As it would be =
very useful tool for me, I would like to write my own jack-player, similar =
aplay or soxs play but without having to add options to make it connect wit=
jack. Now I wounder if anybody around here did this before and would be
willing to share his code to support an amateur?
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