SampleHive v0.8.4_alpha.1 released.

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SampleHive v0.8.4_alpha.1 released.

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SampleHive - A simple, modern audio sample browser/manager for GNU/Linux.

SampleHive lets you manage your audio samples in a nice and simple way, just add a directory where you store all your samples, or drag and drop a directory on it to add samples to it, and it will help sort, search, play and view some information about the sample.

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As the title says, SampleHive is still in alpha stage, if you find any bugs please feel free to create a issue on the repository linked below.

Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/samplehive/sample-hive
Releases: https://gitlab.com/samplehive/sample-hi ... .4-alpha.1
Website: https://samplehive.gitlab.io/website/
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Re: SampleHive v0.8.4_alpha.1 released.

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Wow, this is much needed! I made an openSUSE package for it :D
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Re: SampleHive v0.8.4_alpha.1 released.

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Basslint wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 12:37 pm Wow, this is much needed! I made an openSUSE package for it :D
Thank you! I really appreciate it.
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Re: SampleHive v0.8.4_alpha.1 released.

Post by sunrat »

This looks really useful but unfortunately depends on libwxgtk-media3.0-dev which is not available for Debian Bullseye. It was in Buster but that package depends on = 3.0.4+dfsg-8 of the other wx packages and Bullseye has 3.0.5.1+dfsg-2 .

Edit: I tried it without that package and it seemed to build OK albeit with several warnings.
System is Debian Bullseye with KDE running JACK with Pulseaudio bridged.
I saved logs of build and run from terminal:
build - https://pastebin.com/8SqjiySR
run - https://pastebin.com/KsZSt7r4

Edit2: Working now, installed to ~/bin/ :)
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