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Name: ffado Distribution: openSUSE Leap 15.0
Version: 2.3.0 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: lp150.3.2 Build date: Wed May 9 12:50:17 2018
Group: Productivity/Multimedia/Other Build host: obs-power8-04
Size: 2860850 Source RPM: ffado-2.3.0-lp150.3.2.src.rpm
Summary: FireWire 1394 support for audio devices, svn snapshot
FFADO aims to provide a generic, open-source solution
to support FireWire(IEEE1394, iLink) based (semi-)
professional audio interfaces.
It's the successor of the FreeBoB project. FFADO is a
volunteer-based community effort, trying to provide Linux
with at least the same level of functionality that is
present on the other operating systems.
The range of FireWire Audio Devices that we would like
to support is broad: from pure audio interfaces over
mixed audio-control devices to DSP algorithm devices.
This is a snapshot of svn revision 1855






* Mon Dec 04 2017
  - Extend libffado-SConstruct-py3.patch: convert more of the build
    tools to python3. This allows us not to pull a different version
    of python into buildroot than is not already used by SCons.
* Fri Nov 24 2017
  - Added conditional for libffado-SConstruct-py3.patch to only apply
    if scons built with python 3.
* Thu Nov 23 2017
  - Fix building with python3 scons, add libffado-SConstruct-py3.patch
* Mon Jul 31 2017
  - sigev.patch: add missing header to define SIGEV_THREAD
* Wed Apr 12 2017
  - Modify libffado-date_time.patch to allow reproducible builds.
* Fri Mar 31 2017
  - Update to 2.3.0
  - Fix gcc7 errors with -fpermissive see boo#1030245
  - Removed obsolete udev macro definition
  - Rebased ffado_SConstruct_powerpc_update.patch and
  - Duplicated %build scons statement in %install to prevent a
    complete rebuild of the package.
  - Upstream changes:
    * Configuration entries added for additional devices which work
    with the generic support layer (PreSonus Studiolive 32.4.2,
    Presonus StudioLive 16.0.2, ICON FireXon, Onyx Blackbird and
    the new Onyx 1640i, among others).
    * Support added for the newer Focusrite Saffire Pro 26.
    * Improved build support for various downstream consumers.
    * Better routing for selected Saffire devices and the Firestudio
    * Significant cleanup and refinement of the M-Audio and Yamaha
    * Compilation fixes for recent versions of gcc.
    * Recover from dead streams without causing jackd to shut down.
* Sun Mar 20 2016
  - Use pkgconfig buildrequires where available and cleanup spec file.
* Wed Mar 02 2016
  - Add --std=gnu++11 to EXTRA_FLAGS.
* Wed Mar 02 2016
  - Replace libxmll++-devel BuildRequires with
    pkgconfig(libxml++-2.6) in order to be ready for the
    compatibility package introduction (libxml++ goes 3.0).
* Mon Feb 08 2016
  - Add ffado-gcc6.patch to move #include <math.h> outside of a namespace
    and to not declare errno as local variable.
* Wed Mar 11 2015
  - SConstruct is_powerpc and is_64bit to support ppc64le
    with new ffado_SConstruct_powerpc_update.patch
* Wed Mar 04 2015
  - Install udev rule to the correct directory by removing the incorrect
    redefinition of %_udevrulesdir. It is defined already in
    systemd-rpm-macros which is preinstalled in OBS. (boo#911303)
* Sun Sep 21 2014
  - Update to bugfix version 2.2.1
  - Fixes compilation failures when DEBUG=no is specified
  - Upstream changes for 2.2.0:
    * Many bugs fixed
      Mixer, router and monitor support for Saffire Pro 14
      Mixer and router support for Presonus Firestudio Tube,
      Presonus Firestudio Project, and M-Audio Profire 2626
      Support Echo Audio AudioFire12 with firmware versions 5.0 and
      later (addresses ticket 360)
      Echo Audio device mixer additions:
      hide SPDIF mode switch on AudioFire12
      digital interface switch on AudioFire8 and Pre8
      phantom power switch for AudioFire4 (addresses ticket 364)
      playback routing for AudioFire2/4 (addresses ticket 335)
    * Presonus device mixer additions:
      better support the FP10 (formerly known as the Firepod)
      implement support for the Firebox and Inspire1394
    * M-Audio mixer additions:
      improve support for the Ozonic
      add support for Firewire Solo (ticket 336), Audiophile, 410, 1814
      and ProjectMix I/O
    * Device-specific mixer for Yamaha GO44 and GO46 interfaces added
    * RME Fireface 400/800 improvements:
      mixer and device settings can now be saved to and restored from
      device flash clock source selection made more consistent
    * DICE EAP / RME Matrix mixer enhancements:
      "per output" view with mono/stereo control saving of mixer
      settings to file
      more consistent cooperation with jackd when sample rate is changed
    * Audio streaming support added or refined for additional MOTU
      Traveller mk 3
      Ultralite mk 3
      Ultralite hybrid (using firewire interface only)
  - Known issues:
    * Saffire Pro 40 at 96 kHz fails to start most of the time
    (ticket 326)
    * Saffire Pro 24 and Pro 40 MIDI problems (tickets 372 and 375)
    * Saffire Pro 24 and Pro 40 lack an ADAT/SPDIF switch
    * Only mixer control is supported on M-Audio 1814 and M-Audio,
    * M-Audio Audiophile, 410 and 1814 require startup workaround.
    * M-Audio Audiophile, 410 and 1814 will only work with FFADO when
    loaded with the latest firmware
* Tue Mar 04 2014
  - own /usr/lib/udev directory to avoid buildrequiring udev
* Fri Apr 26 2013
  - Move udev rules to /usr/lib/udev for openSUSE 12.3 or later.
* Mon Dec 24 2012
  - Update to 2.1.0 version:
    * Significantly improved support for the new "juju" firewire stack
      found in newer kernels
    * Support for JACK freewheeling mode and set-buffer-size operation
    * Lower CPU usage
    * udev rules included in FFADO to give user access to audio device files
    * More stable streaming
    * Fix crash when realtime system clock was set
    * Fix race conditions and invalid memory accesses on shutdown
    * Fixes for clean compilation on recent gcc versions (up to 4.7)
    * ffado-diag enhanced to aid debugging efforts
    * Many bugs fixed
  - Remove patchs merged on upstream release:
    * ffado-gcc47.patch
    * libffado-bswap.patch
  - Do not use and include ChangeLog in the package because the svn repo is down
    and this file could not be update
  - Remove useless conditional macros
* Wed Jun 27 2012
  - fix ppc64 build
* Sat Mar 24 2012
  - Add ffado-gcc47.patch: Fix build with gcc 4.7.
* Mon Mar 12 2012
  - Added "Recommends: ffado-mixer" to the ffado rpm.
* Sat Mar 03 2012
  - Update to ffado-svn revision 2040 to fix bnc#747391 & bnc#736115
  - Upstream changes, see /usr/share/doc/packages/ffado/ChangeLog
* Sun Oct 16 2011
  - adding -fPIC on arm (fixes build)
* Tue Nov 02 2010
  - move doc generation into 2nd spec file
* Tue Nov 02 2010
  - Fix some rpmlint errors
* Mon Nov 01 2010
  - remove qt dependency, splitted into ffado-mixer spec file
* Thu Sep 30 2010
  - Update to version 2.0.1
  - Upstream changes :-
    Make it work on the new firewire-stack.
    Of course some more fixes went into the package. But its mostly
    intended for distributors so they can finally deprecate/disable the
    old firewire stack in kernels.
    For more changelog and instructions please look back at the 2.0.0
    release announcement
* Wed Jun 16 2010
  - Update to svn 1856.
  - Upstream changes : Make it easier for distributions to define
    their own additional built-flags.
    Numerous bug fixes, see ChangeLog for details.
* Fri Apr 30 2010
  - Created package ffado version 2.0.0



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