[pulseaudio-discuss] Windows binaries
gmane at colin.guthr.ie
Thu Mar 3 01:00:33 PST 2011
'Twas brillig, and Daniel Mack at 03/03/11 00:58 did gyre and gimble:
>> If you do decide to go the kernel route, make the actual kernel bits
>> as lightweight as possible to be resilient against PA protocol changes
>> and such. Hopefully the kernel bits would be write once, use with any
>> version of PA for a long time to come.
> It should be completely independent from PA and just function as a
> loop-trough virtual device which communicates with the userspace via a
> simple protocol (for sample rate configuration etc) and exports its
> audio buffers as shared memory.
> A userspace part would then be in charge to connect this interface to
> I personally have no clue about Windows development, and I would like to
> keep it that way. Any volounteers with appropriate knowledge? :-)
Am I right in saying that there was an ESD type thing that did this for
the winesd project? I don't know much about it, but if there is one,
it's probably a good starting point....
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