Signal Applications To Audio Networks is a program aimed at different signal processing tasks. The primary type of signals are audio signals. The user describes networks of different modules using a special language, and the modules are dynamically loaded libraries. The system can be used to create music from scratch, or to process already created audio files, and depending on the complexity of the network versus the capacity of the host machine, everything can be done in "real time".
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% Why should I ? I am just a user. The
> point of configure is to
> make it easy to distribute programs, so
> that the user has
> only simple steps to accomplish to get
> the program compiling:
> ./configure; make; make install
Yes, but yet you keep hacking distributions that
don't compile... If a distribution does not compile
you can't blame the compiler, the configure script
or anything like that. It is the developers responsibility
to see to that it works, and that they understand
the tools that they are using.
The problem as we all know is that there is no standard
for anything really, different *IXs can be very different..
And therefore we need something like autoconf/automake.
It's the developers choice to make, so if something doesn't
build, contact the developer about it.
I wonder how many programs that are downloaded, and then fail to build and the user just throws it in the trash. Then the user goes on and on, nagging and nagging. What he/she should do is something CONSTRUCTIVE.. It's free software, if it doesn't work either fix it, or live with it.