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Re: [fluid-dev] Compiling subversion source (was Subversion checkins)

From: Josh Green
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Compiling subversion source (was Subversion checkins)
Date: Mon, 03 Sep 2007 12:44:29 -0700

Hello Thomas,

Glad to hear that things are working for you and that the bug appears to
be fixed.  It marks one of the first significant bugs that I've fixed
since taking over the maintainer-ship of this project (although I think
I have introduced several bugs ;)  I have up till now, not taken the
time that FluidSynth deserves to fix and improve it.  I'm looking
forward to continuing work on it and adding new features and
optimizations.  Thanks for your testing and do let us know if you
experience any other synthesis bugs.  I think one of the next steps is
to generate a test suite for verifying synthesis output and
benchmarking.  This work is already underway, with a test utility I
created which I'll check in when its more generally usable.


P.S. I added a note "Building from subversion" on the download page on
the FluidSynth Trac Wiki:

Hopefully that will help users like yourself in the future, although
there are no problems in asking on the list :)

On Mon, 2007-09-03 at 21:39 +0300, Tomas Nykung wrote:
> Ok, with the help from Ebrahim Mayat off list, who hinted me to run
> ./autogen.sh (it's soooo easy when you know what to do...) I was
> able to compile the newest fluidsynth and libfluidsynth1 from
> subversion.
> I can confirm that the loop handling is now very good, almost perfect
> with the (proprietary) Marcussen pipe organ soundfont!
> I still have to do some more testing, but my first impression is that
> it sounds very good, -the bug is definitely fixed.
> And this is on an old Intel 866MHz PIII with 512MB RAM, so I'd say
> it's OK from the performance point of view also...
> A BIG thank you to Josh Green for taking the time to look at this
> and an even BIGGER thank you for actually fixing it!
> Tomas

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