I would like to announce the release of aj-snapshot-0.9.6
aj-snapshot is a command line utility to store/restore
ALSA and/or JACK connections to/from an XML file.
The most important change in this release is that aj-snapshot
behaves differently in daemon mode. In the previous version
ALSA connections were restored continually, and JACK connections
whenever the connection graph had changed.
In this version, aj-snapshot will restore connections once when
it is started, and after that when new ports are registered in
ALSA or JACK. You can specify (in milliseconds) how often aj-snapshot
will poll for newly registered ports (-p --poll ms). The default is 1 second.
This means that you have a lot more freedom to change the connections
while the daemon is running, and gives you the opportunity to save
(and maybe reload) a new connection state.
Other changes include:
- added manual file
- rewrite of aj-snapshot.c to make it more readable and maintainable,
and to have less code repetition.
As always, there will be bugs, and I would be very
grateful if you would report them on the sourceforge site.
to clone the git repository:
git clone git://gitorious.org/aj-snapshot/aj-snapshot.git
Hope you enjoy,
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