[pulseaudio-discuss] Wine 1.0_rc1 and pulseaudio
gmane at colin.guthr.ie
Thu May 15 08:37:54 PDT 2008
Rafał Mużyło wrote:
> On Thu, May 15, 2008 at 03:24:26PM +0100, Colin Guthrie wrote:
>> There has been a lot of good information on this mailing list over the last
>> couple weeks relating to wine and why it doesn't work with pulse.
> I've been kind of following this discusion. The patch is the result.
>> From what I can tell two of them are valid and the third is invalid and
>> relates to improper use of the ALSA api in wine which needs to be fixed.
>> This relates to the assumption that snd_pcm_delay() will return 0 if there
>> are no samples left to be played. This may never reach 0 with pulse as
>> network delay/latency is also taken into consideration here. I've taken a
>> very, very cursory look at your patch and I see you've commented out a call
>> to snd_pcm_delay() so this ties in.
> I didn't simply commented out the call. Look carefully.
Yeah like I say I only looked very quickly... was just providing hints
rather than anything specific as I'm not a wine user myself...
>> In that case, I would strongly recommend using Gmane. (http://gmane.org) If
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>> sourcey mailing lists.
> That's not the point. The point is I have to subscribe to post, but have
> no need for the most of other discussion.
> And CC me in a way that doesn't remove mailing list address, so I can
> simply hit reply.
That's exactly the point :)
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