Just a day later and all Kaffeeklatsch needs now is key bindings, then we’re ready for “production,” whatever that is.
This screenshot highlights the two biggest additions I coded today: the automatic generation of option pages for each effect (see the sources displayed!) and the gathering of scope data from XMMS. A small stub plugin sends the waveform and spectrum data to a UDP port on localhost, which Kaffeeklatsch picks up and passes to the effect renderers. Kludges rock.
If I didn’t mention it, this project will be released under the GPL. At least when I decide it’s not too embarrasing to release.
The sources displayed in the image are © 2006 Chris Howie and are available under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2, or (at your option) any later version.
1 Reply to “The next day”
what’s going on Chris? Good to see someone else is living up the high standards Chris Howie expects. Smart too.
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