What version are your autotools. Sounds like they're pretty old.
From: Stephen Travis Pope <[hidden email]>
Sent: Sep 23, 2005 3:10 PM
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Subject: [Jackit-devel] (1) Jack -- busted? (2) jack.udp -- busted? (3) jack-osx -- binary-only?
(1) I'm new to jack (but a competent programmer). It appears that the
cvs repository is missing the top-level configuration file. Following
the instructions from the download page, I do a clean cvs checkout on
a Linux machine, cd to the jack directory, and execute
This fails saying
/usr/bin/m4: configure.in: No such file or directory
configure.ac: 218: required file `config/ltmain.sh' not found
Am I missing something?
(2) My actual interest is in looking into the jack-udp protocol, and
I tried getting this all to work on a Mac a few days ago and actually
got much further, but it looks like file recv.c has problems since it
doesn't appear to include any definition if the jackudp_t data type
that it tries to declare in the first line of code; i.e., I get,
/Users/stp/Code/jack/jack.udp/recv.c:14: error: 'jackudp_t'
undeclared (first use in this function)
Does jack.udp work in general?
Is there any documentation of the actual protocol used?
Has anyone thought of using TCP instead of UDP?
(3) I know that there's a binary distribution of the Mac OSX release,
and have it installed; does anyone know where there's a source
...any assistance greatly appreciated...
Stephen Travis Pope -- http://create.ucsb.edu/~stp Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology, University of
California, Santa Barbara
Really?I don't know what the meaning or purpose of life is.
But it looks exactly as if something were meant by it. ? C.