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Package Details: guitarix-git 0.35.2.r31.g34cdb3c8-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur-dev.archlinux.org/guitarix-git.git (read-only)
Package Base: guitarix-git
Description: A virtual guitar amplifier for Linux
Upstream URL: http://guitarix.sourceforge.net
Keywords: Amplifier Audio Guitar LV2 Simulation Tube
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: guitarix, guitarix2, gx_head
Provides: guitarix, guitarix2, gx_head
Submitter: None
Maintainer: Gimmeapill
Last Packager: Gimmeapill
Votes: 10
Popularity: 0.073769
First Submitted: 2012-04-13 09:51
Last Updated: 2017-01-29 19:54

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Joermungand commented on 2016-05-16 07:13

A fix was pushed upstream addressing the issue. Guitarix builds just fine now.

SpotlightKid commented on 2016-05-13 12:25

I get the same error. It's probably caused by the recent switch to GCC 6.1.

Gimmeapill commented on 2016-05-13 06:10

Ok guys, I got it (had to clean my own cache ;-)).
But still no clue about that gcc error, so I raised a question upstream:

Ralf_Mardorf commented on 2016-05-13 04:55

Building on x86_64 fails with either yaourt or makepkg.

The only thing unusual for my install is

$ pacman -Q jack2
jack2 1.9.10.r177.g7bdad49-1
$ jackd --version
jackdmp 1.9.11

Official repositories provide

$ pacman -Si jack2 | grep Version
Version : 1.9.10-4

Joermungand commented on 2016-05-13 01:16

I get the same error as Ralf_Mardorf. System is up to date, using default flags, clean cache.

Gimmeapill commented on 2016-05-12 19:33

@Ralf_Mardorf: cannot reproduce here. Is your system up to date? Did you cleanup the cache & are you using any exotic build flags?

Ralf_Mardorf commented on 2016-05-12 12:45

Building 0.35.0.r6.g3ec2109 fails.

[ 155/1039] cxx: build/default/libgxwmm/gxwmm/radiobutton.cc -> build/default/libgxwmm/gxwmm/radiobutton_86.o
In file included from default/libgxwmm/gxwmm/iredit.h:29:0,
from default/libgxwmm/gxwmm/iredit.cc:6:
../libgxwmm/gxwmm/gainline.h: In function ‘bool operator==(const gain_points&, const gain_points&)’:
../libgxwmm/gxwmm/gainline.h:25:110: error: call of overloaded ‘abs(double)’ is ambiguous
ool operator==(const gain_points& p1, const gain_points& p2) { return p1.i == p2.i && abs(p1.g - p2.g) < 1e-4 * (p1.g + p2.g); }
Build failed: -> task failed (err #1):
{task: cxx iredit.cc -> iredit_86.o}

Gimmeapill commented on 2016-05-11 21:10

@Ralf_Mardorf: Dependency on ttf-roboto removed...and replaced by the bundled one as suggested by the build script. It's ugly but at least won't depend on another AUR package. It should still build if you disable it completely though (see line 38 of the pkgbuild).

Gimmeapill commented on 2016-02-06 21:12

@Ralf_Mardorf: please direct your UI design recommendations here:

As for the pkgbuild, feel free to edit it to your needs or use the official one. In it's current shape, including the recommended font does improve user experience, and is therefore more likely to reduce the number of complaints about the UI. I'd be more concerned with the dependency on bluez-libs if I had to go nitpicking...I'll review those and the build flags after the new version is released.

Ralf_Mardorf commented on 2016-02-06 20:11

It's nothing new, already 0.34.0.r76.g8d2a959 recommended to install the font. However, the guitarix UI is per se a PITA, I don't see how a font, that deviates from the chosen WM font, would improve anything, it's the other way around. A user does chose the font that fit to the user's needs, if an app decides to use it's own font, for no good reason, it breaks a sane work-flow. Why not making the font by default an optional dependency? What is the reason to make it a hard dependency?