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non port: audio/sndio/files/patch-libsndio_sio__oss.c

Number of commits found: 6

Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018
19:40 tobik search for other commits by this committer
audio/sndio: Update to 1.5.0
Original commitRevision:476019 
Tuesday, 28 Mar 2017
14:45 tobik search for other commits by this committer
With incompletely specified parameters the OSS backend will always
fallback to s16le for no good reason.  Replace them with default
values, so the format table lookup can work.  This should fix playback
of 24-bit/32-bit files in e.g. cmus without a running sndiod.

Approved by:	mat (mentor)
Differential Revision:
Original commitRevision:437130 
Wednesday, 1 Feb 2017
17:04 cpm search for other commits by this committer
audio/sndio: Various fixes

- Success in opening /dev/dsp* O_RDWR does not mean the device
  supports play/recording.  Add an extra check to see if the requested
  mode is really supported.
- sndiod cannot currently be started in jails as root, because it
  tries to setpriority(-20).  Allow setpriority to fail and start the
  daemon anyway.
- Fallback to /dev/dsp instead of /dev/dsp0 when using libsndio directly
  without a running sndiod.
- Implement sio_setvol in the OSS backend for application level volume
  control with just libsndio.

PR:		216571
Submitted by:	Tobias Kortkamp <> (maintainer)
Original commitRevision:433052 
Friday, 25 Nov 2016
01:11 cpm search for other commits by this committer
audio/sndio: Update to 1.2.0

- Update PORTVERSION and distinfo checksum (1.2.0)
- Remove unneeded patches
- Update pkg-message according to changes

- Improved OSS support
- Support for snd_uaudio(4) /dev/umidi* interfaces.  /dev/umidi1.0 maps to
rmidi/1 in sndio, /dev/umidi1.1 to rmidi/1.1
- The configure script has support for DragonFly
- More detailed changes:

PR:		214210
Submitted by:	Tobias Kortkamp <> (maintainer)
Approved by:	feld (mentor)
Original commitRevision:427071 
Saturday, 20 Aug 2016
15:48 pawel search for other commits by this committer
- Fix high CPU usage while recording and playing at the same time,
  report better sio_onmove deltas [1]
- Fix issues with underruns when the system is under high load
- Fix sio_getcap [1]
- Fallback to /dev/dsp (hw.snd.default_unit) in sndiod and libsndio when no
  other device is specified [1]
- rc.d script now configures a monitoring sub-device (a fake recording stream
  with a mix of all playback streams) by default [1]
- Use OPSYS for better portability

PR:		212007 [1]
Submitted by:	Tobias Kortkamp (maintainer) [1]
Original commitRevision:420515 
Wednesday, 3 Aug 2016
06:15 pi search for other commits by this committer
New port: audio/sndio

Sndio is a small audio and MIDI framework part of the OpenBSD project.

It provides an lightweight audio & MIDI server and a fully documented
user-space API to access either the server or directly the hardware in
a uniform way.  Sndio is designed to work for desktop applications,
but pays special attention to synchronization mechanisms and
reliability required by music applications.  Reliability through
simplicity are part of the project goals.


PR:		210124
Submitted by:	Tobias Kortkamp <>
Original commitRevision:419497 

Number of commits found: 6