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jackd won't run on the Pi with the current driver since jackd tries to mmap the audio and exactly that operation is not supported by the alsa-driver for the BCM-sound part.
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"If you already have a script that works with wav files, you can use that of course. The file format limitations only apply to Pythonista's sound module. You need to type the filename by hand though, because it doesn't show up in the sound file list." okay great!!

import appex, os, console

def save():
if appex.is_running_extension():
sFp = appex.get_file_path()
if sFp:
console.hud_alert('Saving...')
with open(sFp, 'rb') as f1:
with open(os.path.basename(sFp), 'wb') as f2:
f2.write(f1.read())
console.hud_alert('Saved')

if __name__ == '__main__':
save()

import ui
import console
def button_tapped(sender):
sender.title = "Baka"
console.alert("ApeAbe")
v = ui.load_view()
v.present('sheet')

If you want to save your audio output to a soundfile named test.wav, change-odac to -o/sdcard/test.wav

[function (time, freq){return Math.sin(freq * 2 * Math.PI * time);}] /Defined another sine wave function. 

I want to make those alphabet key hot .. mean make them become triggers for change of combination of sound effects is playing. Can i?

Which platforms will be available on?
PICO-8 currently has builds for Mac OSX, Windows and Linux, Raspberry Pi. Ports for iOS and android and possibly other platforms are planned after 1.0.

hmm
naybe i can get the sound by doing

PULSE_SERVER=tcp:localhost:4712

for my ?

The release notes explicitly say not to use aptitude for major upgrade.

        (correct sources.list)
        apt-get update
        apt-get upgrade
        apt-get dist-upgrade
        (pending reboot)

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