Package to review please :)

Toby Smithe toby.smithe at
Mon Dec 4 07:47:14 GMT 2006

Well I thought about doing that, and, as I wrote in the DESIGN file
(which I was asked to write after others were confused), I wanted to
make it portable; and non-Debian systems don't have it. However; if
asoundconf is going to change radically, I can easily rewrite it to just
invoke that.

On Sun, 2006-12-03 at 19:27 -0500, Daniel T. Chen wrote:
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> Toby Smithe wrote:
> > I have uploaded, and based on advice in #ubuntu-motu, fixed, my package
> > asoundconf-gtk. You can find it on REVU here:
> >
> A quick perusal of the source makes me wonder why you didn't Depend on
> alsa-utils in debian/control and just invoke /usr/bin/asoundconf from
> your frontend. Duplicating asoundconf's code in this manner is madness,
> as the code base is currently morphing to accommodate the integration of
> pulseaudio. Have you inspected how gnome-control-center integrates with
> asoundconf?
> Thanks,
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