Paquet : roaraudio-dbg (1.0~beta2-3)
Liens pour roaraudio-dbg
Ressources Debian :
- Rapports de bogues
- Developer Information
- Journal des modifications Debian
- Fichier de licence
- Suivis des correctifs pour Debian
Télécharger le paquet source roaraudio :
Ressources externes :
- Page d'accueil [roaraudio.keep-cool.org]
Paquets similaires :
RoarAudio sound server for audio mixing (debugging symbols)
RoarAudio is a server for audio mixing. Its main purpose is to mix audio from different clients before sending it to its outputs (for example a soundcard). It is completely network transparent (UNIX sockets, TCP/IP, DECnet) and supports many common codecs like Ogg Vorbis, Speex or FLAC.
This packet consists of the following libraries: libroar: The RoarAudio main library. It contains code for talking to roard, virtual IO functions useful not only for audio applications, memory management functions like buffers, lists, stacks.
libroardsp: Digital Signal Processing library. It contains code to work with PCM signals including simple filters, converters and code to work with some (realtime) codecs.
libroareio: This is the RoarAudio Extended IO library. It contains code for talking to extended IO. Currently it contains code to talk to soundcards without roard. This is not meant to be used by other applications directly.
libroarlight: Light Control support library. It contains code to support the usage of the light control subsystem.
libroarmidi: MIDI subsystem support library. It contains code to support the usage of the MIDI subsystem.
This package contains the debugging symbols for RoarAudio.
Autres paquets associés à roaraudio-dbg
- dep: libroar-compat2 (= 1.0~beta2-3)
- drop-in replacements for other sound libraries
- dep: libroar-plugins-universal (= 1.0~beta2-3)
- Collection of host-independent plugins for libroar
- dep: libroar2 (= 1.0~beta2-3)
- foundation libraries for the RoarAudio sound server and clients
- dep: roaraudio (= 1.0~beta2-3)
- sound server for audio mixing
- dep: roarclients (= 1.0~beta2-3)
- Collection of basic clients for the RoarAudio Sound System