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Group :: Sound
Source RPM: faust
Current version: 0.9.9.4-alt2.qa1
Built: almost 8 years ago
Size: 3.56 MB
Repocop status: skip
Gear:   http://git.altlinux.org/gears/f/faust.git
Home page:   http://faust.grame.fr/

License: GPL
Summary: FAUST is a compiled language for real-time audio signal processing
Description:

FAUST is a compiled language for real-time audio signal processing.

The name FAUST stands for Functional AUdio STream. Its programming model
combines two approaches : functional programming and block diagram composition.
You can think of FAUST as a structured block diagram language with a textual syntax.

Programming with FAUST is somehow like working with electronic circuits
and signals. A FAUST program is a list of definitions that defines a signal
processor block-diagram : a piece of code that produces output signals
according to its input signals (and maybe some user interface parameters).

Faust is a compiled language translated to C++. In order to generate the most
efficient code, the compilation is based on a semantic approach. Instead of
compiling directly the block-diagram as described by the user, the idea is to
compile its mathematical meaning (what it actually computes).

Current maintainer: Nobody

List of contributors: ACL: List of rpms provided by this srpm:
  • faust
  • faust-debuginfo
  • faust-doc
  • faust2appls
Recent changes (last three changelog entries):

2013-04-15 Dmitry V. Levin 0.9.9.4-alt2.qa1

    - NMU: rebuilt for debuginfo.
        

2009-07-31 Timur Batyrshin 0.9.9.4-alt2

    - minor gcc fixes
        

2009-07-31 Timur Batyrshin 0.9.9.4-alt1

    - package name fix
        
 
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