Monday, October 15, 2012

Multi-platform AudioSink

One of the major late changes in Marsyas was changing the AudioSink/AudioSource engine so that it would work with the latest versions of the MacOS (Lion and newer). The old code was moved do AudioSinkBlocking and AudioSourceBlocking.

Today I found out that the new code does not work under Linux, but the old code does. The problem is, how to build a program using AudioSink that will work in both Linux and MacOS?

My solution (under Python) was creating an if-statement that will select which AudioSink to use, as in:

import os
if os.uname()[0]=="Linux":
    # create network using AudioSinkBlocking
    # create network using AudioSink

That's it for today's short snippet.
Happy multiplatform coding!

1 comment:

  1. We tried this out on Ubuntu 12.04 and didn't have any more luck using AudioSinkBlocking.