Gnome speaker setup ebuild

I saw a post on Planet Gnome for a simple speaker test application.  The screenshot looked good so I went ahead and created a quick ebuild for portage.  While it wasn’t explicitly mentioned in the post, it appears to require the pulseaudio libraries.
I like the fact that it is fairly simple and does exactly what it says it will.

Link to Gnome Speaker Setup homepage.

[cc lang=”bash” tab_size=”2″ lines=”10″]
# Copyright 1999-2010 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header:

EAPI=”3″
inherit autotools eutils git

DESCRIPTION=”Gnome Speaker Setup Tool”
HOMEPAGE=”http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/speaker-setup.html”

EGIT_REPO_URI=”git://git.0pointer.de/gnome-speaker-setup.git”

if [[ ${PV} = 9999* ]]; then
GIT_ECLASS=”git”
EXPERIMENTAL=”true”
fi

SRC_URI=””

LICENSE=”LGPL”
SLOT=”0″
KEYWORDS=”~amd64″
IUSE=””

RDEPEND=”
>=media-libs/libcanberra-0.23
media-sound/pulseaudio
dev-libs/libgee
dev-lang/vala”

DEPEND=”${RDEPEND}”

src_install() {
dobin ${PN} || die “dobin failed”
}
[/cc]

~ by praetor on February 21, 2010.

One Response to “Gnome speaker setup ebuild”

  1. […] had a problem using vanilla ALSA in years. Everything Just Worked TM. Then I came across this which looked neat and required me to install pulseaudio to test the […]

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