Radium 6.7.68 released

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kjetil
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Radium 6.7.68 released

Post by kjetil » 29 Dec 2020 09:48

Almost all work this time has been spent upgrading the build environment.

Qt (the main GUI set) has been upgraded to 5.15, LLVM has been upgraded to V10, Faust has been upgraded to 20201227, and so forth.

MacOS: Radium now requires macOS 10.13 or newer.
Linux: Radium now requires glibc 2.27 or newer.

On Mac, Radium is created with a newer compiler that might improve the audio performance notably.

My apologies to anyone on Linux who can't use the new Radium binaries without installing a newer Linux distribution. The old build environment started to create so many problems for people that it had to be upgraded.

Changes 6.6.77 -> 6.7.68:
  • Faust: Upgrade Faust from 2.27.2-stable to
    20201227-dev.
  • OpenGL: Make sure editor is always correct size
    after startup.
  • Linux: The Radium binaries now requires glibc 2.27
    or newer. The binaries should work on the
    following Linux distributions (and newer):
    Arch Linux (current), Debian 10, Fedora 27,
    Manjaro 17, Mint 19, MX Linux 19,
    openSuse Tumbleweed, Redhat/Centos 8,
    Slackware (current), and Ubuntu 18.
  • MacOS: Radium now requires macOS 10.13 or newer.
  • Build: Upgrade Qt to 5.15.2.
  • Faust: Update FAUST package from 20191222-dev to
    2.27.2-stable. (Teteros)
  • Linux: Show stronger warning about the Novueau
    driver during startup. The Nouveau driver is
    likely to freeze your computer if running Radium.



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Re: Radium 6.7.68 released

Post by fxt » 31 Dec 2020 11:19

nice! great improvements on macOS, the flickering in the piano roll is gone when moving around and clicking in notes.

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Re: Radium 6.7.68 released

Post by kjetil » 31 Dec 2020 11:37

fxt wrote:
31 Dec 2020 11:19
nice! great improvements on macOS, the flickering in the piano roll is gone when moving around and clicking in notes.
Thanks! I guess that flickering must have been fixed when Qt was upgraded to latest version.

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