Package Details: cadence-claudia 0.9.1-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/cadence-claudia.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: cadence-claudia
Description: JACK toolbox for audio production. (With Claudia)
Upstream URL: https://kxstudio.linuxaudio.org/Applications:Cadence
Licenses: GPL2
Conflicts: cadence
Provides: cadence
Submitter: Prism019
Maintainer: Depau
Last Packager: Depau
Votes: 3
Popularity: 0.001321
First Submitted: 2019-09-26 22:02
Last Updated: 2020-11-23 15:44

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Required by (1)

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Depau commented on 2020-11-23 15:47

If you flag a package for absolutely no meaningful reason whatsoever it means I have to push a new pkgrel release for no reason which changes absolutely nothing.

Every user will have an update, they will have to rebuild it and irreversibly increase the Universe entropy (and electricity bills) just for kicks.

Don't. Please.

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muncrief commented on 2021-05-29 03:57

Oh, that's fantastic @aguadopd! I'm so glad you figured out the solution. I was downright baffled but had to get back to writing and singing today because my bandmate is a gosh darn slave driver! :)

I'm just kidding of course, he's actually a fantastic collaborator and friend. But I'm always worried about ladish and KXStudio in general because it's such a fantastic pro audio system but feels constantly in threat of disintegrating and disappearing. So we all have to pull together to keep it intact, and you did a great job today. Thank you.

"Together my friend.

That's how humanity will win."
SearingTruth

aguadopd commented on 2021-05-29 03:06

@muncrief Thanks a lot for your help and time! I just found out that it seems that python2-yaml stopped being an alias for the python-yaml package, or something like that on April 24. Hence, laditools is not building. Everything goes fine if you change python2-yaml to python-yaml in laditools build script, and then install this one. I added this same comment in laditools so this might be fixed soon.

muncrief commented on 2021-05-28 22:16

@aguadopd, install python2-yaml manually. You can use a GUI installer like pamac, or open a terminal and enter:

sudo pacman -S python2-yaml

ladish is very old and the developers are doing their best to keep things going, but sometimes dependency and other issues occur that must be addressed manually.

EDIT:
I apologize for my error @aguadopd. python2-yaml is installed on my system and appears in pamac, but when I tried to install it again I get an error that it can't be found. I couldn't find any way to directly remedy the problem right now, so hopefully this is just a temporary packaging system malfunction.

However in the meantime I uploaded the package from my cache to Mega. You'll have to trust that I'm not doing anything malicious of course, but if you want to get it use this link:

https://mega.nz/file/YCYVAQqS#ajvJYsEQk3pcRqFZ-eDlij3XbqKiRNmGXJ68LUIADIQ

Once it's downloaded right click on it and choose "Open with Software installer." Or you can open a terminal, go to the directory where it was downloaded, and enter:

sudo pacman -U python2-yaml-5.4.1.1-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.zst

aguadopd commented on 2021-05-28 21:58

This is currently not building because of ladish not building. I get

could not satisfy dependencies:
- unable to satisfy dependency 'python2-yaml' required by laditools-git
- unable to satisfy dependency 'laditools-git' required by ladish-git

muncrief commented on 2021-04-18 21:31

After an extended break I discovered that claudia no longer ran because of dbus errors. I fixed the problem by installing jack2-dbus and python2-pyxdg, so these should probably be added to the dependencies.

samueldy commented on 2021-03-11 04:30

Edit: Nevermind. I hadn't closed the old version of Cadence from the notification area icon after cleanbuilding it; it works now.

Hi,

I'm having trouble using Cadence to start Jack. I haven't used it for a long time, but just now whenever I try to start it up it says --jackdbus not available. I'm pretty sure I've installed all the necessary packages:

$ pacman -Qs jack
local/a2jmidid 9-3 (pro-audio)
    A daemon for exposing legacy ALSA sequencer applications in JACK MIDI system.
local/cadence-claudia 0.9.1-2
    JACK toolbox for audio production. (With Claudia)
local/jack2 1.9.17-2
    The JACK low-latency audio server
local/jack2-dbus 1.9.17-2
    The JACK low-latency audio server (dbus integration)
local/jack_capture 0.9.73-8 (pro-audio)
    Simple command line tool to record JACK audio output to a file
local/jalv 1.6.6-1 (pro-audio)
    A simple but fully featured LV2 host for Jack
local/ladish 1-2
    Session management system for JACK.
local/laditools 1.1.0-1
    Utilities to improve integration and workflow with JACK and LASH.
local/lib32-jack 0.125.0-3
    A low-latency audio server (32-bit)
local/pulseaudio-jack 14.2-2
    Jack support for PulseAudio
local/qjackctl 0.9.1-1 (pro-audio)
    A Qt front-end for the JACK low-latency audio server

I also just cleanbuilt the latest version of cadence-claudia. Do you know what's going on?

Thanks!

Depau commented on 2020-11-23 15:47

If you flag a package for absolutely no meaningful reason whatsoever it means I have to push a new pkgrel release for no reason which changes absolutely nothing.

Every user will have an update, they will have to rebuild it and irreversibly increase the Universe entropy (and electricity bills) just for kicks.

Don't. Please.

Depau commented on 2020-11-23 15:42

Seems bad that I have to remember to do this

Yes you have to remember to rebuild dependencies when things don't work.

I can't currently test the build. I'll push a pkgrel update to remove the flag, if it needs changes don't flag it and let me know here, thanks.

davef commented on 2020-11-22 20:21

My flag on this package may have been premature, it looks like the crash was a result of me not rebuilding qt5-styleplugins when qt5 was updated in September. (Seems bad that I have to remember to do this)

EoleDev commented on 2020-07-07 12:36

Hi,

To build this package you need to add the line :

#include <QPainterPath>

In the file : c++/widgets/pixmapdial.cpp line 25