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Porting Audacity to OS/2-eCS
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escarabajo
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1. Porting Audacity to OS/2-eCS
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Audacity is an audio editor for Linux and Windows with support for wav, mp3 and ogg formats. It's opensource and uses the wxWindows GUI lib, which has an OS/2 version. If someone with the required skills would take the time to port AUdacity to OS/2 it would be great. OS/2-eCS needs an app like this one!
Date: 02 Sep, 2003 on 01:03
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Well, tried it out and it works actually rather well with the basic need features one could expect.

More info can be found at http://audacity.sourceforge.net/

Date: 02 Sep, 2003 on 19:36
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Were you trying it out on a non-OS/2 computer or was it on an OS/2 or eCS computer using XFree86 or using ODIN?
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Date: 03 Sep, 2003 on 20:07
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Sorry to say to have to say, but it was on Linux and not under OS2 using Odin.

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Date: 03 Sep, 2003 on 20:47
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If it could be ported to Linux, could it be ported to OS/2 using XFree86? or use with OS/2 with XFree86?
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Date: 04 Sep, 2003 on 20:26
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6. Re:Porting Audacity to OS/2-eCS
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escarabajo (02 Sep, 2003 02:03):
Audacity is an audio editor for Linux and Windows with support for wav, mp3 and ogg formats. It's opensource and uses the wxWindows GUI lib, which has an OS/2 version. If someone with the required skills would take the time to port AUdacity to OS/2 it would be great. OS/2-eCS needs an app like this one!

Actually, Audacity 1.0 does run under OS/2 using Odin. I have already edited several mp3s with it. Only deficiency is that Odin does not work well with my soundcard and I cannot use it for playing the deited file.

Date: 08 Sep, 2003 on 19:58
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