On Saturday 03 November 2012, Tim E. Real wrote:
No. I am not saying that. I've said that this ALSA's default setting is only
applicable when you use ALSA sequencer scheduled output.
And this setting is available as a kernel configuration option
(CONFIG_SND_SEQ_HRTIMER_DEFAULT) so it may be changed by the distros, or the
user compiling the kernel.
> Or we must first jump through a few hoops - ie those
ALSA timer interface can also be used to get access to high resolution
timers, but you need to request this global timer class explicitly.
If you want an example, look at drumstick-timertest:
> > This program uses the ALSA timer interface, and immediate MIDI output.
> I mentioned one of our devs is trying to get MusE running on BSD.
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