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Hi everyone. I took some time today to make sure that PyRTCmix could get all packaged up and in one place. Check it out here: https://github.com/booherbg/PyRTcmix Download the tarball, clone it with git, or fork it in github. It's up to you :) It'd be nice to get feedback.
A few options:
Want to start fresh? Just run install_everything.sh and make sure you have the following packages installed: python-dev python-setuptools and cython. This script (peek at it if you want to do it yourself) will download the rtcmix daily snapshot, patch it up so PyRTcmix can use it, configure & compile, and compile & install my extension, permissions willing.
You don't *need* to have cython and/or setuptools (both are python tools), but you have to be comfortable editing a makefile. You only really need cython if you want to re-generate the .cpp file from the .pyx file but it's an easy install with apt-get.
See the INSTALL and README for more information. I haven't tested this on anything other than my ubuntu laptop, so YMMV. Also I have a strange buffer issue where sometimes the sound is garbled. I am curious if anyone else has this problem or if there are any suggestions as to what may be causing it. I'm also curious if other system's don't require patching. that'd be neat to know.
There are four example files that seem to work*: arpeggiate.py, flutescale.py, sgranr.py, and wanderfreq.py located in the examples/ folder. This gives you an idea of how PyRTCmix is meant to be used (here is flutescale):