Am 30.07.2012 11:50, schrieb rosea.grammostola:
On 07/29/2012 09:00 PM, hermann meyer wrote:Am 29.07.2012 17:50, schrieb rosea.grammostola:A workaround could be to "fake" a jack-session-call, when you use the -U -A flags, guitarix -U 1 -A 2 -f /your/state_file_rc that will disable any self-connection by guitarix.This works when I give this as arguments in the nsm-proxy client, thanks so far.Picture: http://pix.toile-libre.org/?img=1343576229.pngIt seems it's possible to use Guitarix with the SIGUSR1 (http://ladish.org/wiki/level1) command toNot really, when the command-line options -U -A involved, eg. in a jack-session, even when it is faked, SIGUSR1 will be ignored, as well as any other call to save state. Also preset saving is disabled in a managed jack-session. The only way then to save the state to file is, a call by the jack-session handler. Without -U -A, SIGUSR1 will indeed save the state (LADISH level1). A other way to disable the self-connection of in and out-put ports are the command-line options -i and -o, when you use them like that (space between the quotation marks) -i " " -o " " in and out-put start unconnected, but the connection between amp and fx client still will be made by guitarix.It's not that I really like this method, but for some it might be handy to have Ladish l1 in NSM.But this doesn't work here. Connections from amp out > soundcard are still therehttp://pix.toile-libre.org/upload/original/1343641711.png
HiOkay, I have add 2 new command-line options now, -J for disable auto-connection, and -K for disable auto save state when quit. Try --help-all for all options. Additional I have made the SIGUSR1 signal to save state in any case, even when it's a jack-session. But you can use it now like guitarix -J -K -n freebases for example and SIGUSR1 will save the state. No more faked jack-session is needed.
Code is in our git repository. Get it with git clone http://git.code.sf.net/p/guitarix/git guitarix-git regards hermann _______________________________________________ Linux-audio-user mailing list Linux-audio-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.linuxaudio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user
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