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From: Alexandre Ratchov (ratchovcvs.openbsd.org)
Date: Tue Apr 06 2010 - 15:07:01 CDT
Module name: src
Changes by: ratchovcvs.openbsd.org 2010/04/06 14:07:01
usr.bin/aucat : abuf.c abuf.h amsg.h aproc.c aproc.h aucat.1
aucat.c conf.h dev.c dev.h file.c headers.c
legacy.c midi.c midi.h midicat.1 opt.c opt.h
pipe.c pipe.h siofile.c siofile.h sock.c sock.h
lib/libsndio : aucat.c sio_open.3 sndio.c sun.c
- make the ``-m mode'' option per subdevice, allowing
subdevices to be play-only or rec-only even if the
server is full-duplex
- add ``monitoring'' mode (with ``-m mon''). This is a
record-only stream from which played streams can be
recorded (kind of ``record what you hear'').
- allow MIDI devices to be subscribed to the controlling
MIDI port of the server, ie what midicat does (with -f
option), but using the -q option.
- add flow control to the protocol, and serialize clock
ticks (sio_onmove() calls) and data chunks. This should
fix certain full-duplex programs, broken with ``magic''
block/buffer size combinations.
- enable 3 block latency which is the minimum theoretical.
Make -z and -b options correspond to device parameters.
- make sio_getcap(3) the same for aucat and sun backends,
ie return whatever is supported (``everything'' in the
aucat case, since everything is actulally supported).
- enable ``-m mode'' option to select between monitoring
and recording when ``-o file'' is used.
- plug MIDI code to non-server codepath. The MIDI control
device is specified with the ``-q device'' option, as in
- impliment lseek()'ing within files (controlled
through MIDI). Necessary to use aucat with a MIDI
- rename ``-f'' flag to ``-q'', so it has the
same name as in aucat (-f is still working)
ok jakemsr, tweaks from jmc