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Modified Sat Jul 24 12:33:49 2004 UTC (15 years, 8 months ago) by schoenebeck
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* implemented "SET ECHO" LSCP command


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Modified Sat Jul 3 20:08:07 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by senkov
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* moved ToString to common
* Implemented handling of multiple connections
* Implemented guts for event subscription/unsubscription
* Illustrated event notification sending by sending MISC events
when connections are established or terminated.


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Modified Mon Jun 28 04:30:11 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by senkov
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* Updated parser, lscp server and sampler class for new MIDI_INPUT
* Minor fixes (and major new bugs) here and there
* Consolidated 3 SET CHANNEL MIDI_xxx commands into one:
SET CHANNEL MIDI_INPUT


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Modified Wed Jun 23 18:54:08 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by capela
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* SET CHANNEL AUDIO_OUTPUT_TYPE <chan> <driver> command is back!
  creates an audio output device instance of the given driver type
  ('Jack' or 'Alsa') with default parameters if none exists,
  otherwise it just picks the first available device and assign
  it to the intended sampler channel.

* The AudioOutputDevice class get's a new pure virtual method,
  Driver(), which is implemented on both of the existing inherited
  classes, AudioOutputDeviceAlsa and AudioOutputDeviceJack, with
  the sole purpose to return the driver type name as a String
  ('Alsa' and 'Jack', respectively).

* The quoting on the filename argument for the LOAD INSTRUMENT
  command has been made optional; you can have both ways, with
  single quotes or none, keeping compability with older LSCP
  specification.

* An additional sanity check is made on LOAD INSTRUMENT, whether
  the sampler channel has an audio output device assigned, thus
  preventing the server from crashing on instrument file load.

* The GET AUDIO_OUTPUT_DEVICE INFO now includes the missing
  'driver' item, as predicted by the draft protocol document.


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Modified Mon Jun 21 01:21:33 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by senkov
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* LOAD INSTRUMENT NON_MODAL


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Modified Sun Jun 20 16:01:50 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by senkov
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* Update parser to comply with the latest spec


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Modified Mon Jun 14 19:33:16 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by schoenebeck
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* src/common: added template class 'optional<>' which can be used e.g. as
  return type whenever a value might be returned, but don't has to; this
  template class pretty much acts like a pointer of the given type, but is
  much more safer than a simple pointer
* src/audiodriver: added static class AudioDeviceFactory to create audio
  devices at runtime by using a string and to obtain driver informations
  of drivers at runtime, driver classes should simply use the macro
  REGISTER_AUDIO_OUTPUT_DRIVER(DriverName,DriverClass) in their cpp file
  to register the driver to LinuxSampler (no changes needed anymore in the
  LS code to add a new audio output driver)
* src/drivers: added classes to dynamically manage driver parameters; there
  are two different kinds of parameters: parameters which are need to
  create a new device (DeviceCreationParameterX) used to e.g. create an
  audio output device or a MIDI input device and parameters which are only
  available at runtime, means when a device is already created
  (DeviceRuntimeParameterX) which will be e.g. used as audio channel
  parameters and MIDI port parameters
* src/linuxsampler.cpp: all registered audio output drivers will be shown
  on the console on startup
* src/network: implemented configuration of audio output devices via LSCP


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Modified Sat Jun 5 20:55:50 2004 UTC (15 years, 9 months ago) by schoenebeck
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* LSCP allows now comment lines, that is lines starting with a hash ('#')
  character
* src/engines/gig/Voice.cpp: fixed "SET CHANNEL VOLUME" bug


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Modified Tue Apr 27 09:21:58 2004 UTC (15 years, 11 months ago) by schoenebeck
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Diff to previous 35 , to selected 143
updated copyright header for 2004


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Added Fri Mar 5 13:46:15 2004 UTC (16 years ago) by schoenebeck
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Diff to selected 143
* implemented parser for the LinuxSampler control protocol (LSCP) by using
  flex / bison (where src/network/lscp.l is the input file for lex / flex
  and src/network/lscp.y is the input file for yacc / bison), parser and
  scanner can be regenerated by 'make parser'
* implemented LSCP network server (only single threaded so far), LSCP
  server will be launched if LinuxSampler was started with "--server" flag,
  implemented the following LSCP commands so far: "LOAD INSTRUMENT", "GET
  CHANNEL VOICE_COUNT", "GET CHANNEL STREAM_COUNT", "GET CHANNEL
  BUFFER_FILL", "SET CHANNEL VOLUME" and "RESET CHANNEL"
* disk thread now started within the engine


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