Juce should use libjack.so.0 instead of libjack.so


#1

just like the topic title says, juce should use libjack.so.0 instead of libjack.so.

 

libjack.so is not present on some linux distros when installing jack (due to -dev package split).

the juce code should use "libjack.so.0" instead.

 

PS: This is an issue in tracktion5 right now.

 


#2

Those linux suffixes are so irritating, I've never understood what the hell the system is that they're supposed to use.

But thanks for the heads-up - I've made it look for either the .so or .so.0 now.