make snapshots of JACK connections
Aj-snapshot is a small program that can be used to make snapshots
of the connections made between JACK and/or ALSA clients. Because
JACK can provide both audio and MIDI support to programs,
aj-snapshot can store both types of connections for JACK. ALSA,
on the other hand, only provides routing facilities for MIDI clients.
Aj-snapshot is meant to be used from the command line.
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aj-snapshot [ -adfjqrx ] [ -p polling_interval ] [ -i
client_name ]... [ FILE ]
Aj-snapshot is a small program that can be used to make snap‐
shots of the connections made between JACK and/or ALSA
clients. Because JACK can provid
aj-snapshot (0.9.6-1) unstable; urgency=low
* Imported Upstream version 0.9.6
- Quite an extensive rewrite of aj-snapshot.c to have less code
duplication, and better overview.
- Changed the way daemon mode works. Connections are restored when
new ports are registered, both for ALSA and JACK.
- Added '-p/--poll' flag so you can specify how often aj-snapshot
Added the '-i/--ignore' flag, to be able to ignore certain clients.
Added the '-f/--force' flag, and ask the user if he wants to overwrite
an existing file by default.
Added the '-q/--quiet' flag.
Cleaned up the information that is printed to the terminal.
Corrected GPL license header.
Make ignoring clients work in both ways. Now connections made to ignored clients
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