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[fluid-dev] FluidSynth 1.1.2 release planning

From: David Henningsson
Subject: [fluid-dev] FluidSynth 1.1.2 release planning
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 11:34:42 +0200
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Okay, so the new architecture is in place and seems to work well so far
(at least according to my own tests), and so it would be nice to have a
release with this included, in say 1 - 3 weeks from now.

So a few thoughts and questions about this:

* Left on my to-do list for 1.1.2 is currently to fix the voice
overflow/stealing, and to fix the Jack MIDI thread.

* There are some additional features listed for 1.1.2 in the ticket
tracker. Is there anyone wanting to implement anything in this list, or
anything else, in the coming 1 - 2 weeks, that we should take into
account? Or can we defer the rest of the list to the next release,
whenever that is?

* Does releasing in 1 - 3 weeks sound good to you as well?

* Testing, testing, testing! That's always appreciated to make sure will
be 1.1.2 is our best and most stable release so far! In particular,
please test the new cmake build system, especially if you use a little
less common platform (i e anything else than Linux and Windows), or you
feel somewhat responsible for a specific platform.

* About the voice-stealing, so I really get this right. Let me know why
this is important to you, if it is. Are you using a lot of voices for
every note, or are you running out of CPU power, or what...? FluidSynth
is quite efficient, so it shouldn't be a problem to have really many
voices if needed.

// David

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