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For those who don't know it, let say that is like csound but compiling
instruments as libs, and without a myriad of features (dependencies...).
I've been making a package while trying to compile it, to learn about
pkgsrc. The principal problems in the source (as I see it) are:
- Unusual use of configure variables like DESTDIR, etc.
- Linux centered, with FreeBSD as some Linux with peculiarities.
- Test for 32 or 64 bits only compatible with x86 architecture.
The package is almost finished, I think. It compiles in armv7 without
problems and apart from midi support, it is working pretty, pretty,
pretty, pretty good.
The question is that I'm not going to use it for a very long time. I'm
only interested in learn from the approach of the MUSIC family of
programs. I don't have the knowledge of pkgsrc to maintain this kind of
port and I have an allergy to the configure, autoconf, automake and
autowhatever. So a person who actually use those tools would be better
suited to discuss with the developers a better way to make their code more
portable, and to respond to problems of users.
So in case that person is reading this, let me know and I'll sent you a
mail with the port (652 K).
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