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Re: Musicians' Guide Version Questions.



On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 7:14 PM, Christopher Antila wrote:
> Hello again:
>
> Over the past few days, I've been trying to work out details that
> require knowing which version of certain software will be available from
> Fedora's standard repository in Fedora 14.
>
> The packages are:
> jack-audio-connection-kit : will this be based on jack1 or jack2?
>

Hi, we are working on preparing jack2 for Fedora 14. One of its
dependencies, ffado, is being reviewed, when it is done, jack will be
updated to 2.

> qtractor : will this definitely be available?  It seems to be in rawhide.
>

This is an RPMFusion package. It will be available on RPMFusion.

> supercollider-* : to confirm, these will *not* be available in F14?
>

I cannot say "it won't be in Fedora 14". Someone might submit a review
request and by then, and we will have it for Fedora 14. Otherwise we
won't.

> Also, here is a list of the other included software.  If you happen to
> know that a program will be changed dramatically in F14, please let me
> know, so that it can be documented correctly.
> -ardour

Most likely we will have a 2.8.x. If 3.0 is released by then we might
consider adding it to F-14.

> -qjackctl
> -frescobaldi

These will be whatever the latest stable version is

> -lilypond
> -solfege

I don't maintain these two. I cannot say anything.

> -rosegarden4
>

Again, we will go with the latest stable version, most probably 10.0x.

Best,
Orcan
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