Patchage 1.0.6

Patchage 1.0.6 has been released. Patchage is a modular patch bay for Jack and ALSA based audio/MIDI systems.

Changes:

  • Fix ALSA sequencer port subscriptions
  • Fix crash on client disconnection
  • Fix initial display with no configuration file
  • Fix various minor bugs
  • Rework code architecture to be more decoupled and data-driven
  • Save "human names" setting in configuration
  • Show latency in toolbar with 2 decimal places
  • Switch to C++14

Suil 0.10.12

Suil 0.10.12 has been released. Suil is a library for loading and wrapping LV2 plugin UIs. For more information, see http://drobilla.net/software/suil.

Changes:

  • Fix build issues with newer toolchains
  • Fix some compiler warnings
  • Remove Qt4 support

Lilv 0.24.14

Lilv 0.24.14 has been released. Lilv is a C library to make the use of LV2 plugins as simple as possible for applications. For more information, see http://drobilla.net/software/lilv.

Changes:

  • Fix build issues with newer toolchains
  • Fix unused parameter warnings
  • Update zix tree

Sratom 0.6.10

Sratom 0.6.10 has been released. Sratom is a small library for serialising LV2 atoms to and from RDF, for converting between binary and text or storing in a model. For more information, see http://drobilla.net/software/sratom.

Changes:

  • Fix documentation installation directory
  • Fix potential blank node ID truncation

Sord 0.16.10

Sord 0.16.10 has been released. Sord is a lightweight C library for storing RDF statements in memory. For more information, see http://drobilla.net/software/sord.

Changes:

  • Fix Windows build
  • Fix potential crash or incorrectness issue with GCC 10 again

Serd 0.30.12

Serd 0.30.12 has been released. Serd is a lightweight C library for RDF syntax which supports reading and writing Turtle, TriG, NTriples, and NQuads. Serd is suitable for performance-critical or resource-limited applications, such as serialising very large data sets or embedded systems.

Changes:

  • Fix warnings and build issues with clang 13 and VS 2019
  • Fix writing long literals with triple quotes
  • Improve documentation style
  • Support combining several BSD-style command line flags in serdi
  • Write statements with invalid URI characters in lax mode

Serd 0.30.10

Serd 0.30.10 has been released. Serd is a lightweight C library for RDF syntax which supports reading and writing Turtle, TriG, NTriples, and NQuads. Serd is suitable for performance-critical or resource-limited applications, such as serialising very large data sets or embedded systems.

Changes:

  • Add fallback configuration if documentation theme is unavailable
  • Fix SERD_DISABLE_DEPRECATED
  • Fix building for older MacOS versions on newer MacOS
  • Fix documentation installation directory

Ganv 1.8.0

Ganv 1.8.0 has been released. Ganv is an interactive Gtk canvas widget for graph-based interfaces (patchers, modular synthesizers, finite state automata, interactive graphs, etc). For more information, see http://drobilla.net/software/ganv.

Changes:

  • Expand canvas automatically to fit nodes
  • Fix various compiler warnings

Jalv 1.6.6

Jalv 1.6.6 has been released. Jalv is a simple but fully featured LV2 host for Jack which exposes plugin ports to Jack, essentially making any LV2 plugin function as a Jack application. For more information, see http://drobilla.net/software/jalv.

Changes:

  • Add a command line argument to select a specific UI
  • Explicitly support lv2:inPlaceBroken
  • Ignore ports with nonsense lv2:control designations
  • Remove Jack session support
  • Support port events for ui:showInterface UIs

Patchage 1.0.4

Patchage 1.0.4 has been released. Patchage is a modular patch bay for Jack and ALSA based audio/MIDI systems.

Changes:

  • Add NSMicrophoneUsageDescription for MacOS 10.15 Catalina
  • Add command line option to print version
  • Fix making and breaking connections with Jack DBus
  • Fix sample rate with Jack DBus
  • Fix unstable module positions
  • Improve man page
  • Remove Jack session support
  • Remove flaky DSP load meter

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