Fix incorrect stream reference for record latency, resulting in crash when started in record-only mode
afcc7ccdf3e9 — Chris Cannam 5 months ago
Fix crash when started in record-only mode
a373457ef7b7 — Chris Cannam 5 months ago
Fix typo in comment
66aaf093e668 — Chris Cannam 6 months ago
Doc notes
a83725aa74bb — Chris Cannam 6 months ago
Copyright dates
367419ef92e9 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Fix uninitialised member
d52a64d1c902 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Remove vestigial includes from earlier debugging
ed47cdd70d75 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Ensure the loop thread knows it should give other threads a chance, when awoken explicitly
f7eb0990c8df — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Avoid compiler warnings (the semicolons were spurious)
ba2eb545ebc9 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
A little more logging, especially when in debug mode
eba3168239f8 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Minor log improvement
5ffd85007b28 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Move JACK to end of listing
70b1f78cb9c5 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Minor debug output
6dabcd3fc131 — Chris Cannam 9 months ago
Don't blow up if the application channel count is zero; instead wait for the system to set one. Also add log callbacks
6230847fe8a8 — Chris Cannam 10 months ago
Convert Makefiles to format similar to other bqlibs
06073b80cb2d — Chris Cannam 10 months ago
Fix compiler warning
173f7682145d — Chris Cannam 10 months ago
Add references to other bqlibs, etc
Don't pass the target rate to the upstream source (the whole point is to resample)
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Respond properly to changes of channel count. Previously the resampler wrapper had to be reconstructed in e.g. the case where one number of channels was requested on opening the device, but a different number was actually obtained.
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