> Full changelog can be found here:
> https://github.com/kcat/openal-soft/blob/master/ChangeLog >
> The most notable one is this release brings sndio input support,
> thanks to work done by Alexandre Ratchov.
> I raise minor number because my checks show that only new functions
> were added.
> So far the dependent programs I use keep working.
Yes, I think the time is right to update openal.
Could you at least build test all the ports that depend on openal? That
will help ensure the minor bump is correct and there's less chance of
having to clean up breakage post-commit.
On Mon, Feb 11, 2019 at 08:18:23AM -0500, Brian Callahan wrote:
> Could you at least build test all the ports that depend on openal? That will
> help ensure the minor bump is correct and there's less chance of having to
> clean up breakage post-commit.
On Tue, Feb 12, 2019 at 04:07:53PM +0000, David CARLIER wrote:
> Hi jca and were discussing about his question regarding the
> OpenAL32_alBuffer.c patch ...
> It might have been fixed with the 1.19.1 release what would be nice is
> for you to test couple of consumers without this specific change and
> see if it crashes then maybe we will be able to remove this for good
Done testing, those consumers simply have no sound when no devices are
available, I simple set in /etc/openal/alsoft.conf:
drivers = -sndio
Now, I report that all openal dependents are successfully built:
mazocomp$ cd /usr/ports/
mazocomp$ cat openal.dependents
mazocomp$ doas infrastructure/bin/dpb openal.dependents
Started as: root
Port user: root
Build user: _pbuild
Fetch user: _pfetch
Log user: _pbuild
Unpriv user: _dpb
Reading build stats...zapping old stuff...Done
Reading distinfo...zap duplicates...Done
Waiting for hosts to finish STARTUP...ready on localhost
13 Feb 03:13:24  running for 14:30:52