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Re: New Music & A Sneak Peek @ Freewheeling 0.5.1
Yeah, I'd sure be up for an OSX v. I know little of
what it takes to compile an app for different OSs, but
I see things like Gimp for OSX and it makes me happy
someone's using osx for it's unix roots.
--- Tom Ritchford <email@example.com> wrote:
> Very nice looking code! Good style
> I have a Linux machine here but unfortunately my
> sound card doesn't
> work under my current installation (and it's a work
> machine so the
> incentive for me to fix it when I won't be working
> on sound things
> here is very small...)
> It makes me want to turn the Windows box I have
> gathering dust at home
> into a Linux box just to run this.
> I don't suppose you have plans to port this to OS/X?
> I wish I could
> volunteer but I know I don't have the time...
> (you might be interested in
> to simplify your
> memory management a trifle.)
> On 1/19/06, JP Mercury <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hey Guys n Gals,
> > Here is
> > -New music made the open-source way.
> > -A sneak peek at what's to come in Freewheeling
> 0.5.1, an open-source live
> > looper project.
> > Please visit:
> > http://freewheeling.sourceforge.net
> > Cheers,
> > -JP Mercury
> http://ax.to ... extreme NY arts and music calendar
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