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Number of commits found: 3

Sat, 9 Aug 2014
[ 15:20 marino ] Original commit 
364447 audio/alsa-lib/Makefile
364447 audio/alsa-lib/distinfo
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/asound.conf.sample
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/byteswap.h
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/linux
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/linux/ioctl.h
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/linux/types.h
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/malloc.h
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/patch-alsa-lib
364447 audio/alsa-lib/files/patch-include__pcm.h

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audio/alsa-(lib|plugins|utils): Upgrade version 1.0.27.2 => 1.0.28

Also switch maintainership to submitter with blessing of former
maintainer.  Other changes include:

  * fix for bug 191190
  * Use new options syntax
  * Proper detection of PYTHON and FFMPEG
  * fix leftovers
  * strip libraries to satisfy stage-qa
  * conf: alias surround stuff to pcm.default
  * lib: split patches and refactor
  * utils: rename XMLTO to MANPAGES

PR:		191524
Submitted by:	Jan Beich
Approved by:	former maintainer (Aragon Gouveia)
Sat, 14 Dec 2013
[ 14:41 flo ] Original commit 
336451 audio/alsa-lib/Makefile
336451 audio/alsa-lib/files/asound.conf.sample
336451 audio/alsa-plugins/Makefile
336451 audio/alsa-plugins/files/alsa-plugins.patch
336451 audio/alsa-plugins/files/patch-oss-ctl_oss.c
- ALSA now supports playing HTML5 audio with 32-bit sample format [1]
  after being converted from float as passed by firefox/libcubeb [2]
- Restore behavior from r296140 while adding alignment options in case
  of issues. This should make things slightly less broken and add more
  sample formats. [1]
- Some apps (e.g. linux-firefox with ports/169896) don't check with ALSA
  which sample formats are supported and just feed whatever they like,
  assuming the underlying device supports it.
  While here also fix mixer device for OSS plugin. It should be /dev/dsp
  according to 4Front OSS wiki. The only works with ARIFF_OSS enabled
  but the volume is reset on close(). audio/oss doesn't work either way:
  the new (OSSv4) way to control mixer is via SNDCTL_MIX_* ioctls. [2]

PR:		ports/183861 [1]
PR:		ports/184006 [2]
Submitted by:	Jan Beich <jbeich@tormail.org>
Approved by:	maintainer timeout
Sat, 5 Jun 2010
[ 12:43 fluffy ] Original commit 
1.1 audio/alsa-lib/Makefile
1.1 audio/alsa-lib/distinfo
1.1 audio/alsa-lib/files/asound.conf.sample
1.1 audio/alsa-lib/files/patch-alsa-lib
1.1 audio/alsa-lib/pkg-descr
1.1 audio/alsa-lib/pkg-plist
- New port: audio/alsa-lib Compatibility layer for ALSA support

PR:             145964
Submitted by:   Aragon Gouveia <aragon AT phat.za.net>

Number of commits found: 3

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