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On World Mental Health day 2021 (natch), I received an email from an administrator at TuxFamily informing me that Filipe Coelho, David Runge and Nils Hilbrect had sent them a letter threatening legal action if the true and factual account of their multi-year campaign of collusion, deception, harassment, and slander directed at me personally and this project, well as their disrespect and violation of the users and developers of the Linux Audio community, and the free software community in general, was not removed from this site (hosted by TuxFamily).

As a result of these threats from Filipe Ceolho et al and from the TuxFamily administrators, the posts detailing the actions of Filipe Ceolho and his crew have been relocated to alternative hosting.

This post serves to document that this harassment continues to the present day, depite there having been no input or action on my part other than (many months in previous) having published a true and factual account of only some of the abuses perpetrated by the group headed by Filipe Ceolho.

Read these if you care to know the facts of this matter.

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Release Announcement v1.3.0


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Release Announcement v1.1.0

Non DAW and Non Mixer 1.1.0 (now with NSM)

I'm pleased to announce the release of Non-DAW and Non-Mixer version 1.1.0. It's been a while since the last release. But, I assure you, the project is still alive and well.

This release includes a number of fixes and some minor improvements to the build system. The big changes are:

  • Enhancements to the spatialization controls (which are automatically provided for Ambisonics plugins).
  • Support for the Non Session Manager.
  • Enhancements to Control Sequences, OSC control signals can be sent from Non-DAW to Non-Mixer. These connections will be preserved in the session.
  • Non-Mixer accepts input for all Module/Plugin controls via OSC.
  • Non-Mixer can now import and export individual strips (including the chain of modules and all their parameters!) This allows a workflow on a higher level than presets.
  • Updated visual styles for both Non-Mixer and Non-DAW. The 'Flat' style has been greatly improved.
  • New knob styles for Non-Mixer and knob style is a configuration option rather than requiring editing the source.
  • New icons in an assortment of sizes.

Additionally, Non now supports a robust new session management protocol called NSM. A session management daemon is provided along with a graphical interface called Non-Session-Manager. NSM represents a significant leap forward for session management in Linux audio.

History of NSM

Way back in 2008, I became frustrated with the state of the art of session management on Linux (a situation which has improved only incrementally since that time). I ditched support for LASH, wrote a lengthy post about Non-DAW's session management requirements to the LAD mailing list, and started managing my sessions with shell scripts and jack_snapshot. This eventually evolved into a session manager written in Unix shell and using Unix FIFOs and regular files for client control/communication. This system of session management was tentatively called NASH (Non Audio Session Handler) and was never released. In 2010, shortly after the release of Non-Mixer, I devised a prototype version of the NSM OSC API and have been using it, still unreleased and in prototype form, since then. The 2010 implementation did not have a user interface and was controlled via shell scripts using the `send_osc` command included in the distribution. Then, in 2012 (4 years later!), I was contacted by an enthusiastic power-user regarding implementing OSC support in Non-Mixer. Since NSM uses OSC for server<->client communication, I already had much of the OSC work done and figured I might as well release it--and, while I was at it, NSM. I then endeavored to simplify and document the NSM API, discussing it at length with, and taking many suggestions from, Nedko Arnaudov, the LADISH author. After implementing the Non-Session-Manager FLTK GUI to control the session management daemon, a new release became inevitable.

Bullet Points for NSM:

  • Extremely fast and responsive control mechanism and user interface.
  • The only dependency for clients and server is an OSC library (I use liblo).
  • Smart clients are able to switch projects without restarting.
  • Clients can provide real-time status feedback to the server, and therefor the user.
  • The server stores all session data in per-session directories under a configurable session root.
  • Clients are forbidden to save or open files outside of the per-session directory.
  • The server provides simple template support in the form of whole-session duplication.
  • The Session management daemon is fully controllable via OSC.
  • Strict user interface guidelines for a uniform and predictable experience.
  • The abstract session management API has no architectural requirement for JACK, Xorg or any other subsystem (other than UDP networking). This means that both headless daemons and programs which are not JACK clients can be managed together in the same session.
  • A single session can be distributed across multiple machines on a network.
  • Multiple, independent, sessions can be opened on one machine at the same time.

More About the NSM API

The latest NSM API documentation can be found at:

NSM is included in the Non-DAW/Non-Mixer repository.

Ongoing and Future Development

Features that are in development for future releases include an auto-learning and graphically re-mappable JACK MIDI<->OSC gateway program tentatively named Non-OSC-MIDI-Mapper, which will simplify the connection of bidirectional control surfaces such as the BCF2000 to Non-Mixer. This program relies on Non's generic Control Signal layer on top of OSC. So it's not necessarily generally useful (although, in the future, it may be possible to use the `libmapper` library to provide the same functionality in a somewhat standard way).

LV2 support is a frequently asked question. For various reasons, I currently have no plans to host LV2 plugins in Non-Mixer. But if anyone can come up with a compelling argument for LV2, or name one existing (libre) LV2-only plugin which couldn't be ported to LADSPA in a few hours that I couldn't live without having in Non-Mixer--I'd love to hear about it.

I plan to re-factor Non-Sequencer to use the `nonlib` library common to Non-DAW and Non-Mixer. This will eliminate some duplicated code and allow for some of the user interface improvements seen in Non-DAW to be implemented for Non-Sequencer. It will also enable various forms of MIDI support in Non-DAW/Non-Mixer (it's not clear yet what forms this support might take.)

Similarly, by using nonlib, OSC will be available in Non-Sequencer, probably taking the form of OSC control for pattern triggers and possibly pattern input. Also, with NSM's 'broadcast' capability, the holy grail of a shared tempomap is closer than ever.

Another long-term goal for Non-Sequencer is to make the interface more compatible with touchscreen use, which I am better equipped to tackle now that I have a tablet like computer to play with.

A near term goal for Non-Mixer is to add an option to that causes all mixer strips to run in a single JACK client. Conceptually, this is a horrible idea, but due to some practical performance limitations of JACK which affect users with hundreds of mixer strips, it may be a necessary evil. Leave it to JACK to design and advertise a feature (multiple clients per process) and then turn around and antagonize the people who actually use it.

Project Notes

Please keep in mind that the Non project is a one man show. I designed and implemented all of this stuff by my self, and at a considerable cost in time, sleep and energy. I make it available to you so that you can be free of the enormous burden of having to solve these complex problems yourself. I see chatter on various forums about forking the project, the project being dead, etc. Unlike some of the more heavyweight projects out there, Non has no corporate sponsor, and I have a complicated and turbulent existence which does not always allow me to devote my attention to purely intellectual pursuits. I welcome any and all contributions, whether they be in the form of code, documentation, testing, package maintenance, chocolate, roses, precious metals, priceless relics--whatever. If those who bring up the issue of forking really had the skill and energy required to do something better with Non-*, you'd think they'd at least try submitting a few patches to me first...

I run Debian GNU/Linux and Non-* use a made-from-scratch custom build system which relies on accurate information from pkg-config. I cannot test on, or anticipate the quirks of, the hundreds of other Linux distributions out there. I have a policy of never committing code to the Non git repositories which does not build. Thus, if you are having a problem building Non on your system, chances are it's just because of some silly/simple quirk of the distribution you're using that could easily be fixed. However, I'm not going to scour the web looking for these reports. Unless you send a report to the appropriate Non-* mailing list, expect that your issue will never be resolved. As always, the best and fastest way to get anything fixed is to just fix it yourself and sent me the patch--preferably with a thorough explanation in the commit message of why it is needed and how it works, as the less time I have to spend reviewing a patch, the quicker it will be applied.

And finally, a note to packagers: If you feel that there's something about Non's build system that you don't understand or feel like you have to hack around, please consider discussing it with me. I'm more than willing to make changes to the build system which make life easier for packagers and improve the quality of packages. Having flaky builds of Non-* in a distribution's packages isn't good for anybody. I've seen comments in distributions' packaging bugtrackers saying that Non is a dead project, that the "developers" (plural) are unresponsive etc. But I've never heard from these people. If they actually took the time to email me, they might have different opinions.


I do not recommend linking Non-DAW against FLTK 1.3.0. FLTK 1.3.0 introduced a number of bugs, one of which seriously impairs Non-DAW's graphics performance. Non-Sequencer and Non-Mixer do not use the features of FLTK that have become buggy, so if you only plan to use them 1.3.0 should be fine. 1.1.10, 1.1.9, and 1.1.7 work fine, however.

In the future, I'll be maintaining a known-working version of FLTK along with the Non repository so that Non-* can be statically linked to the custom FLTK and avoid problems like this--and also allow many workarounds used by the Non-* programs to be removed in preference to fixing them at their source.

If you decide to build FLTK yourself, don't forget to use the following configure options:

--enable-threads --enable-shared --enable-xft --enable-xdbe

Non-DAW and Non-Mixer (and Non-Sequencer) can be acquired via git from the URLs listed on the Non website:

The shortlog from v1.0.0 to v1.1.0 follows:

Jonathan Moore Liles (114):
      Mixer: Don't use Fl_Group::clip_children(), which was only made public in FLTK 1.1.10.
      Fix a 64-bit bug in LADSPAInfo.
      Fix another 64-bit bug in Module insertion.
      Fix a mismerge that caused meter indicators not to be updated.
      FL: Clip drawing of value of FL_Sometimes_Input when in non-input mode.
      Mixer: Set minimum size for main window.
      Mixer: Fix automatic row layout logic.
      Mixer: Don't die if user picks a submenu node in module context menu.
      Mixer: Destroy a module's parameter editor window when the module itself is destroyed.
      FL: Get rid of unnecessary call to clip_children().
      Move non-daw scripts into timeline/ tree.
      Mixer: Save/load the control mode status of the gain controller as part of the mixer strip's state.
      Mixer: Improve spatializer appearance.
      Mixer: Report azimuth and elevation of panner points.
      Mixer/Module_Parameter_Editor: Automatically show panner control for module parameter pairs named Azimuth and Elevation.
      Mixer/Panner: Vary width of latitude lines.
      Module Parameter Editor: Don't use local allocation to store label.
      Mixer: Further improve the appearance of the Panner widget.
      Mixer: Fix azimuth/elevation reporting. Load current values in Module_Parameter_Editor.
      FL/Fl_Scalepack: Give scalepack the ability contain a resizable() child.
      Mixer/Mixer: Cleanup.
      Mixer: Auto-connect spatializer controls to spatialization plugins.
      Mixer: Cleanup.
      Mixer/Panner: Fix azimuth assignment.
      Make spatialization mode of controller_module more robust.
      Mixer/Module_Parameter_Editor: Don't point widow label at stack allocation.
      Mixer/Module_Parameter_Edtior: Silence compiler warnings.
      Mixer: Raise (arbitrary) maximum number of channels of JACK module from 6 to 16.
      Mixer: Fix callback delivery by Controller Module.
      Timeline: Fix 64-bit bug in interactive region trimming.
      Fix 64-bit bug in peakfile handling.
      Mixer: Explicitly link to libdl.
      Fix build being broken by some include defining a preprocessor macro for 'None'
      Mixer: Don't segfault when removing a module.
      Mixer: Don't segfault during teardown upon WM initiated exit.
      Mixer: Handle WM main window close event just like Quit menu comment (confirm save).
      Some distributions put --as-needed in pkg-config and fltk-config results. *See you in /dev/null*
      Some distributions put --as-needed in pkg-config and fltk-config results. *See you in /dev/null*
      Really. I do.
      Don't rely on 'Fl' symlink which only exists on Debian.
      Mixer: Add basic OSC support.
      Mixer: Add basic OSC control to Controller_Module.
      Mixer: Add commandline option for specifying the OSC port to use.
      Mixer: Allow clients to query for available OSC paths.
      Mixer: Ensure that JACK_Module passes chain_name_changed event to its Controllers.
      Mixer: OSC enhancements. Responsd to both exact (range limited) and Control Voltage (0.0-1.0 on */cv) input.
      Mixer: Make OSC ports a property of Module::Port, not Controller_Module. Therefore, all plugin parameters will be accessible via OSC.
      Mixer: Create unique OSC paths even when multiple instances of a module/plugin with the same name exist in a chain.
      OSC: Don't swallow up all parameterless messages.
      Mixer: Feedback control values to OSC senders.
      Mixer: Default OSC paths are CV. Use /unscaled for exact input.
      Mixer: Don't create/destroy OSC ports more often than necessary.
      Mixer: Update OSC paths upon chain/strip name change.
      Mixer: Add OSC section to documentation.
      Mixer: Display realtime parameter changes (initiated via automation or GUI) in Module_Parameter_Editor
      Mixer: Cleanup OSC value scaling/clamping behavior.
      Mixer: Fix behavior issues of Toggle controls.
      Mixer: Don't allow ',' in OSC paths.
      Mixer: Fix mirroring and OSC automation of Spatialization controls.
      Implement the Non-Session-Manager (NSM)
      Mixer: Fix GUI update on Controller_Modules being controlled via JACK CV.
      Mixer: Destroy instances of Controller_Module when the connected modules are removed.
      NSM: Process more than one message per wait cycle!
      NSM: Detect death of clients whose processes are not children of NSMD.
      NSM: Update documentation.
      NSM: Fix logic when waiting for clients to load.
      NSM: Support sessions spread across multiple servers.
      OSC: Process all available events in one wait cycle.
      Give Non-DAW the ability to detect Non-Mixer OSC servers via NSM broadcast handshake.
      OSC: Implement generic signal model with path auto discovery through NSM.
      NSM: Mutli-server fixes.
      Timeline: Don't die when not running under NSM.
      Mixer: Don't die when not running under NSM.
      FL: Fix an uninitialized value.
      Mixer: Fix an invalid read on strip destruction due to a missing lock.
      Don't poll NSM as frequently.
      NSM: Clients must use the same protocol (UDP,TCP) as NSM server.
      Timeline/Track: Avoid unnecessary drawing of occluded track box.
      Timeline: Add interpolation mode choice of Linear and None to Control Sequences.
      OSC: Save and restore OSC signal connections outgoing from Non-DAW.
      Timeline: Run OSC output in a dedicated thread.
      Timeline: Clock cleanup.
      OSC: Signal cleanups.
      OSC: Improvements to signal routing.
      Add libsigc++ as a dependency.
      Big OSC signal cleanups
      NSM: Add --detach option to nsmd.
      NSM: Add session locking to nsmd.
      NSM: Minor GUI enhancements.
      NSM: Don't forget to inform GUI of the removal of stopped clients when closing a session.
      OSC: Fix signal creation notification.
      Cleanup compiler warnings.
      NSM: Time client responses.
      Update documentation.
      Mixer: Document spatialization control for Ambisonics plugins.
      Mixer: Update documentation.
      scripts: Allow suggested packages.
      Everybody gets new icons! Also, .desktop files.
      Use getopt_long for processing command line arguments to Non-DAW and Non-Mixer.
      NSM: For lack of a better place to put it, add 'jackpatch' program to the repository.
      NSM: Minor cleanup.
      NSM: Update documentation.
      Add notes to packagers.
      Add 'gleam' inspired boxtypes to replace the ones in the gtk+ theme. Also, tweak crystal boxtypes.
      Mixer: Add new 'plastic' knob type. Make knob type to display configurable.
      GUI tweaks.
      Mixer: Try harder to avoid drawing meters more than necessary.
      Timeline: Work around bug in FLTK 1.3 when drawing a string containing only symbols.
      Mixer: Make slider types optional too.
      Timeline: Warn about buggy FLTK version.
      Mixer: Try to fix some weirdness with Controller Module knob display.
      Mixer: Implement mixer Strip import/export
      Update Non-DAW screenshot in documentation.
      Bump versions.

Release Announcement v1.0.0

Non DAW and Non Mixer 1.0.0

I'm pleased to announce the release of Non-DAW and Non-Mixer version 1.0.0. Some version numbers have been skipped, as a lot time as gone without an official release. Those who have followed Non-DAW via git will only notice a few changes, most of them pushed very recently.

The chief advancement provided by this release is the long overdue inclusion of the Non-Mixer. This completes the Non triad and should cover the needs of many, some in ways I haven't yet imagined (it covers my needs almost completely).

Non-Mixer is a stand-alone modular mixer application for JACK. It hosts several internal modules, one of which hosts LADSPA plugins. All parameters can be controlled through the GUI or externally via Control Voltage signals [the native control sequence output of Non-DAW] (but a MIDI<->CV gateway program exists, for other uses). It has the unique feature of each strip having its own JACK client, which has promising implications for parallel processing. Non Mixer also has a fast, light FLTK GUI, which finds no problem in rendering hundreds of strips. I have plans to add support for DSSI plugins.

Currently, Non-DAW and Non-Mixer are kept in the same repository, even though they are entirely independent applications. I have already begun to restructure the repository and build system and I plan to split the repositories for the two projects out completely, as time allows.

This release is dedicated to Deanna, whose untimely demise, in addition to the rumors of my own death, has reminded me of my mortality and the necessity of realizing my dreams while I still have the opportunity. I will not be discouraged, so don't bother trying. I will resist blind adherence to the status quo, as I always have--but now even more fiercely. Progress will not happen on its own. It must be forced along by individuals of power, wisdom, and vision; which we should all aspire to become. But I digress.

Non-DAW and Non-Mixer (and Non-Sequencer) can be acquired via git from the URLs listed on the Non website:

A shortlog from v0.5.0 to v1.0.0 follows:

Jonathan Moore Liles (224):
      Remove dependence on FLTK >= 1.1.8.
      Make mute and solo buttons more colorful.
      Fix offset error in selection rectangle.
      Don't lose track of timeline focus when window loses focus.
      Provide a keybinding/menu entry for track renaming.
      Add action to set range from region position and length.
      Handle very long port names.
      Make normalization work properly with looped regions.
      Improve the appearance of rec/mute/solo buttons.
      Add solo and record blinkers to TLE.
      Oops. Fix order of reference in track destructor.
      Use exact JACK client name in LASH initialization.
      Add module information to debugging output.
      Don't quit on escape key.
      Show disk usage in TLE.
      Take fades into consideration when splitting regions.
      Formally disconnect from JACK at exit.
      Properly handle removal of a track's active sequence.
      Add option to remove all but the current take.
      Remove extraneous inclusions of const.h
      Oops. Write journal entries in proper order when generating snapshot.
      Set value of 'show all takes' toggle correctly when updating menus.
      Fix log entry parser for values containing ":" (colons).
      Use timestamps (of creation) for take names instead of sequential numbers.
      Add total MB free'd to output of 'remove-unused-sources' script.
      Oops. Remove debugging noise from console output.
      remove-unused-sources: Include peak files in deletion and size calculation.
      Draw inactive takes in a darker hue.
      remove-unused-sources: Fix source detection regex and add -m (move) option (now the default)
      Fix occasional segfault upon loading snapshots.
      Clean up sequence widget label drawing behavior.
      Don't make an assertion when drawing empty regions.
      Add 'Denormalize' to Audio_Region context menu.
      Disable some Audio_Region context menu items when appropriate.
      Display Y-axis value for control points on mouse over.
      Fix selection bug for Control Points.
      Cleanup capture code and eliminate off-by-one-buffer bug when bouncing tracks.
      Clean up signedness problems in Loggable ID treatment.
      Add LASH connection indicator to GUI along with --no-lash command line option.
      Implement storage and loading of unjournaled state for Loggable objects.
      Use a hash instead of an array for indexing loggables.
      Add some error checking to unjournaled state save/load.
      Remove unnecessary code from unjournaled state loader.
      Use a single hash table for storing loggables and unjournaled state.
      Remove unnecessary debugging output.
      Don't leak memory in handling of unjournaled state.
      Implement capture-offset latency compensation.
      Give newly created track the focus.
      Save unjournaled state on LASH save file event.
      Don't lose timeline settings on LASH save event...
      Clean up region trimming code.
      Clean up region splitting code.
      Clean up journal transaction buffer code to avoid overflow.
      Assert whenever an invalid journal entry is encountered.
      Don't allow transport relocation while recording.
      Check for makedepend command in configure script.
      Add 'ar' to required commands in configure script.
      Fl_Arc_Dial: Don't forget to execute callback for mousewheel events
      Soften the glare effect in FL_BURNISHED_OVAL_BOX
      Fl_Arc_Dial: Draw value over face of dial
      Implement Fl_Flowpack.
      Implement Fl_Labelpad_Group
      Fl_Sometimes_Input: Draw a box.
      Refactor common components of Timeline and Mixer into nonlib/
      Makefile: disable function inlining when building for debugging.
      Timeline: Try to make the window fill the screen at startup.
      Make boxtype drawn on Fl_Sometimes_Input's up mode configurable.
      Configure: Don't forget to eval result of 'ask' function.
      Make optimized drawing of timeline canvas a compile-time option.
      Make doublebuffering of the timeline sub-window a compile-time option.
      Make use of a sub-window for the timeline a compile-time option.
      Update some copyright years.
      LASH_Engine: Add missing include.
      Timeline: Add blinker to indicate that one or more sequence widgets is selected.
      Timeline: Don't forget to journal edits to time and tempo points!
      Fl_Sometimes_Input: Add omitted include.
      Fl_Labelpad_Group: Measure using actual font of widget instead of always FL_HELVETICA.
      Timeline: Always resize tracks Fl_Pack.
      Don't die if user picks a popup menu item with no callback set (e.g. a submenu node).
      Timeline: Don't die if the user cancels a Track's manual channels set dialog.
      Add some profiling output for project loading.
      Attempt to fix sign error in declicking logic for 64-bit systems.
      Timeline: Attempt to constrain main window to size of screen, but don't automatically fill the screen.
      Don't allow process callback to be invoked between Engine and JACK::Client destruction.
      Control Sequences should output control voltage values between 0.0 and 1.0, not -1.0 and 1.0.
      Allow the removal of annotation sequences via a context menu.
      User can temporarily disable snapping by holding down 's'.
      Make it optional (Options/Behavior/...)  wether or not stopping the transport disables global record.
      Ignore events with modifiers in Timeline::handle() to avoid eating keyboard event for global rec enable.
      Add context menu entries (with keybindings) to Track for record, mute, and solo.
      Add FL_Menu keybinding to popup Track context menu.
      Assign a shortcut to 'Transport' submenu.
      Add entries (with keybindings) for size to Track context menu.
      Properly set default color scheme.
      Remove (deprecated) LASH support.
      Implement Mixer.
      Mixer: Fix memory error and fill newly allocated chain buffers with silence.
      Mixer: Properly handle multiple plugin instances in one Plugin module..
      Mixer: Fix orientation of vertical sliders in Module_Parameter_Editor
      Mixer: Make main scrollbar work again.
      Mixer: Hide panner widget until it's ready to be connected to something...
      Mixer: Teach modules how to serializer their input port settings.
      Mixer: Share (reuse) buffers between all chains.
      Mixer: Fix optimized meter drawing.
      Mixer: Don't redraw mixer strips unnecessarily.
      Mixer: Clean up some compiler warnings.
      Mixer: Allow peaks to be reset on mouse click in Meter_Module
      Mixer: Improve the mousewheel behavior of Fl_Arc_Dial and add Fl_Value_SliderX.
      Mixer: Don't forget to remove timeouts in destructors!
      Mixer: Changes to support project saving/loading.
      Split New_Project_Dialog out into FL/ to share with mixer.
      JACK_Module: Don't forget to shutdown input ports in destructor.
      Mixer: Add menubar.
      Mixer: GUI Cleanups. Also, permit moving of strips to the left/right.
      Mixer: Implement "quit" command.
      Mixer: Gain_Module now accepts gain in dB.
      Timeline: Add blinker to indicate that one or more sequence widgets is selected.
      Mixer: Fix one-off in vertical position of DPM.
      Mixer: Clip module labels.
      Module_Parameter_Editor: Use Fl_Menu_Button instead of Fl_Choice to improve layout.
      Mixer/Module: Save/restore 'active' state.
      Mixer_Strip: Don't forget strip's color.
      Mixer: Don't forget to save and load controllers.
      Module_Parameter_Editor: Hide the module name label because it rarely fits in the window.
      Mixer: Fix race condition causing invalid read in process thread of Meter_Indicator_Module.
      Mixer/Plugin_Module: Properly manage number of plugin instances.
      Mixer: Rearrange so that each mixer strip runs as its own JACK client.
      Add hack to support 'renaming' of JACK::Client.
      Mixer: Fix plugin loading chicken/egg problem.
      Mixer/Plugin_Module: Don't die because user picks a category instead of a plugin.
      Fix bug in plugin input configuration.
      When recreating ports after 'renaming' a jack client, sort by mode, then alpha.
      Timeline: Always resize tracks Fl_Pack.
      Mixer: Add a Mono Panner module.
      Silence warnings about asprintf return value.
      Mixer: Allow user to add internal modules as well as plugins to a chain.
      Mixer: Improve chain insert debugging messages.
      Mixer/Chain: Avoid renaming JACK clients unnecessarily.
      Mixer: Fix invalid read in module picker.
      Mixer: GUI Tweaks.
      Mixer: Use doublebuffering for main window.
      Mixer: Fix box type of strip name widgets.
      Mixer: Draw inactive modules in darker colors.
      Mixer: Don't require a connected control input for processing audio in Gain_Module.
      Make the interval of Fl_Blinker configurable.
      JACK doesn't like it if you set a slow-sync callback and don't act like a slow-sync client...
      Timeline: Add a blinker for pending seek.
      Mixer: Put chian modules inside an Fl_Scroll.
      Mixer: Decrease the default height of Plugin_Module's.
      Add option to tile mixer strips into 1, 2, or 3 rows.
      Mixer: Scan for plugins in a background thread.
      Mixer: Add context menu for Controllers. Save/load control mode.
      Mixer: Make chain background color match mixer strip.
      Mixer: Explicitly destroy chian when tearing down mixer strip.
      Mixer: Show peak value in tooltip on DPMs.
      Disable mouse-over highlighting of mixer strip name fields.
      Implement Fl_Packscroller, an alternative to Fl_Scroll better suited to containing vertical Fl_Packs.
      Use Fl_Packscroller for modules in Chain.
      Don't bother drawing a DPM if it's clipped.
      Mixer: Define minimum height for mixer strips.
      Mixer: Make spatialization control visible again (but it's still not connected to anything)
      Mixer: Add some stuff to the menubar.
      Mixer: Implement Project/Open menu option.
      Mixer: Add stuff to Options/ menu. Save and load options.
      Mixer: Apply appropriate change required by 66daa1.
      Split About Dialog off into FL/
      Fix the new project dialog.
      Mixer: Make sure process queue is rebuilt upon binding of controls.
      Mixer: Add Help/Manual option to menubar.
      Mixer: Make insert-before work for meter indicator module.
      Mixer: Cleanup.
      Mixer: Allow the WM to kill the mixer window.
      Mixer: Attempt to improve the behavior of single-row display mode.
      Prevent Timeline and Mixer from attempting to open each other's project formats.
      Mixer: Add context menu to mixer strips.
      Fl_Packscroller: Let children have a go at events...
      FL/menu_popup: Call menu's callback if menu item lacks one.
      Mixer: Add context menus for modules.
      Mixer: Clean up event handling.
      Mixer: Respond appropriately to JACK buffer size callback.
      Attempt to cope with failure to create JACK clients and ports.
      Add documentation for mixer and restructure supporting tree.
      Mixer: Add color chooser to mixer strip context menu.
      Add section on control voltages to mixer doc.
      Centralize color schemes.
      Mixer: Middle click toggles module activation state.
      Mixer: Add click-to-focus for mixer strips.
      Mixer: Fix restrip rename menu option.
      Update mixer documentation.
      Enforce JACK client name length restrictions.
      Mixer: Separate out public project commands.
      Mixer: Don't allow any strips to be created without an open projcet.
      Make logo used in About_Dialog an option.
      Makefile: Remove some noise from dependency generation output
      Fix syntax error in TLE.fl
      Mixer: Implement cut/copy/paste for modules.
      Mixer: Improve keyboard focus.
      Mixer: Add more keybindings to modules.
      Mixer: Use a toggle in module context menu for bypass instead of separate activate/deactivate items.
      Update mixer documentation.
      Mixer: Make chains look better in the Light scheme.
      Fl_Flowpack: Flow mode should default to on!
      Mixer: tweak the size of GUI elements.
      Mixer: Don't show mixer strip label.
      Mixer: Show project name on menubar.
      Mixer: Set X class of main window.
      Mixer: Warn if user attempts to quit without saving.
      Mixer: Don't show label for Meter module...
      Mixer: Fix "Help" menu item.
      Update mixer screenshots.
      Mixer: Support specifying an instance name on the command line (--instance)
      Prefix main window titles with "Non DAW : "
      Mixer: Clean up some compiler warnings.
      Massively reoganize tree.
      Timeline: Hide seek blinker, which may not be particularly useful.
      Mixer: Don't show module context menu for Meter_Indicator_Module.
      Fl_Packscroller: Don't eat unwanted FL_PUSH events.
      Bump version.
      Tweak build system.
      New logo for Non-DAW.
      Improve logo for Non-Mixer.
      FL: Make About_Dialog more dynamic.
      Last minute documentation updates.

Peter Nelson (1):
      Don't silence input ports.


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