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Group :: Sound
Source RPM: audacity
Current version: 2.3.2-alt1
Built: almost 2 years ago
Size: 57.3 MB
Repocop status: notice
Home page:

License: GPL
Summary: Cross-platform audio editor

Audacity is a program that lets you manipulate digital audio waveforms.
It imports many sound file formats, including WAV, AIFF, AU, IRCAM,
MP3, and Ogg Vorbis. It supports all common editing operations such
as Cut, Copy, and Paste, plus it will mix tracks and let you apply
plug-in effects to any part of a sound.

List of contributors:

List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • audacity
  • audacity-debuginfo
  • audacity-manual
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2019-05-14 Mikhail Novosyolov 2.3.2-alt1

    - Version 2.3.2
    - Fixed NetBSD-ALT-Session-directory-in-home.patch:
      this patch worked incorrectly, fixed it to really move session
      directory from /var/tmp/audacity-$USER to $HOME/.audacity-tmp
      to ensure session data consistency across reboots and after crashes;
      this directory may be overriden with AUDACITY_TMPDIR variable
    - Use AUDACITY_TMPDIR env instead of TMPDIR to override session
      directory because TMPDIR is set by default to tmpfs in many cases
      what may lead to data loss
    - Removed Fedora-libdir.patch, instead using sed to fix ladspa directory
    - Dropped explicit -std=gnu++11 (build scripts set it by themselves)
    - Set LDFLAGS as env on mipsel instead of conditional patching
      to not worry that the mipsel patch will become unappliable
      (removed ALT-link-with-libatomic.patch)

2019-04-26 Ivan A. Melnikov 2.3.1-alt2

    - Fix build on mipsel.

2019-04-26 Grigory Ustinov 2.3.1-alt1

    - Build new version (no major changes, but (closes: #36354)).
    - Cleanup changelog.
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