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Name: audaspace-plugins Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.2
Version: 1.3.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp152.3.5 Build date: Thu Oct 24 13:36:55 2019
Group: System/Libraries Build host: cloud124
Size: 231792 Source RPM: audaspace-1.3.0-lp152.3.5.src.rpm
Summary: Plugins for audaspace
Audaspace (pronounced "outer space") is a high-level audio library written
in C++ with language bindings for Python for example. It started out as the
audio engine of the 3D modelling application Blender and is now released as
a standalone library. This package contains audio plugins.






* Mon Oct 23 2017
  - Added upstream patch audaspace-plugin-build-options.patch as
    final fix for boo#1057965 and audaspace issue#10.
  - Build example executables as position independent executables.
* Wed Oct 18 2017
  - Delete plugin symlinks and remove version suffixes to further fix
    boo#1057965 and audaspace issue#10
* Fri Sep 22 2017
  - Moved lib*.so plugin symlinks from the devel package to the
    pluginsn package as a temporary work around for boo#1057965
    reported upstream
* Tue Mar 28 2017
  - Fix gcc7 build by requiring graphviz-gnome and creating
    audaspace-gcc7.patch to add missing #include <functional>
* Sat Feb 11 2017
  - Rename %soname to %sover to better reflect its use.
    Update descriptions.
* Fri Feb 10 2017
  - Update to release 1.3.0
  - Removed patch audaspace-findffmpeg.patch Fixed upstream
  - Upstream changes:
    * Audaspace 1.3.0 is a bug fixing release without changes to the
      API, but two small new features:
      linear interpolation for volume changes in the software mixer
      dynamic Loading for JACK
    * Bug fixes:
      renamed Jack to JACK
      C API was not working
      filter python API parameter check
      finding ffmpeg with pkgconfig
* Sun Jul 03 2016
  - Fix building with recent cmake (macros), which default to -fPIE
* Mon Jun 27 2016
  - Fixed build with upstream patch audaspace-findffmpeg.patch
* Tue Apr 19 2016
  - Update to release 1.2
  - Upstream changes :
    New features:
      sound list
      random sounds
      dynamic music playing
      playback manager
      binaural audio
      API changes:
      changing default sample rate from 44.1 to 48 kHz
      Bug fixes:
      several standard library fixes.
      Bindings API:
      mixdown C API refactored
      assuring numpy is installed
* Tue Feb 16 2016
  - Added ffmpeg to build for newer that 13.2
* Thu Oct 22 2015
  - for ppc64le architecture disable __ALTIVEC__ to avoid build error
    to avoid contention between SDL vector and gcc defines
* Sat Oct 17 2015
  - Update to version 1.1
  - Remove audaspace-datetime.patch and audaspace-pkgcnflib.patch
    issues fixed upstream.
  - Upstream changes:
    * Bug fixes:
      pkgconfig uses cmake configured library directory
      FFMPEG file writing crashed, also corrected pts for encoding
      silenced Doxygen warnings about undefined defines
    * C++ API:
      ResampleReader uses specs instead of sample rate
    * Bindings API:
      writing sounds to files
      reading sound data, specs and length
      resampling sounds
    * CMake/Building:
      first steps towards building for Mac
      windows builds copy dlls automatically
    * Python module:
      using distutils instead of setuptools
      added numpy as dependency
    * Documentation:
      added windows building and plugin documentation
      disabled html timestamps in doxygen
      updated sphinx template
      build binding documentation without installing the python module
* Fri Aug 07 2015
  - Created package audaspace which was previously a part of blender
    but is an external standalone library as from blender 2.80.
  - Created audaspace-datetime.patch to remove time stamps from the
  - Created audaspace-pkgcnflib.patch to give the correct _libdir for
    x86_64 builds, it was hardcoded to /lib.
  - Features:
    * input/output devices
    input from microphones, line in, etc.
    output devices including 3D audio support
    * file reading/writing
    * filters like low-/highpass and effects like delay, reverse
    or fading
    * generators for simple waveforms like silence, sine and triangle
    * respecification - is used for changing stream parameters which are
    channel count - channel remapping
    sample format - the library internally uses 32 bit floats
    sample rate - resampling
    * simple (superposition, joining and ping-pong aka forward-reverse)
    and more complex (non-linear audio editing) sequencing of sounds



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