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Add `set_latency` to `OutStream`

Andreas Linz 5 years ago
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@ -345,6 +345,34 @@ impl<'a> OutStream<'a> {
/// Ignoring hardware latency, this is the *number of seconds* it takes for the last sample in a
/// full buffer to be played.
/// After you call soundio_outstream_open, this value is replaced with the actual software
/// latency, as near to this value as possible. On systems that support clearing the buffer,
/// this defaults to a large latency, potentially upwards of 2 seconds, with the understanding
/// that you will call soundio_outstream_clear_buffer when you want to reduce the latency to 0.
/// On systems that do not support clearing the buffer, this defaults to a reasonable lower
/// latency value.
/// On backends with high latencies (such as 2 seconds), frame_count_min will be 0, meaning you
/// don't have to fill the entire buffer. In this case, the large buffer is there if you want
/// it; you only have to fill as much as you want. On backends like JACK, frame_count_min will
/// be equal to frame_count_max and if you don't fill that many frames, you will get glitches.
/// If the device has unknown software latency min and max values, you may still set this, but
/// you might not get the value you requested. For PulseAudio, if you set this value to
/// non-default, it sets `PA_STREAM_ADJUST_LATENCY` and is the value used for maxlength and
/// tlength.
/// For JACK, this value is always equal to `SoundIoDevice::software_latency_current` of the
/// device.
pub fn set_latency(&self, latency: f64) {
unsafe {
(* = latency as c_double;
/// Returns the current `format` or a `ffi::enums::SioError::Invalid` if
/// the format is not set.
pub fn format(&self) -> SioResult<ffi::enums::SioFormat> {