[PD-dev] readanysf~ consistency...

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Feb 1 11:48:44 CET 2006

i am currently trying to make readanysf~ run on my system (rumours are, 
that there is a memory leak somewhere)

i noticed that most messages sent to the last outlet throw a 
"consistency check failed: atom_string" error.

this is due to a misconfiguration in the message-generation:
several lines which read
     ToOutAnything (2, GetSymbol (lst[0]), 2, lst + 1);

should rather read
     ToOutAnything (2, GetSymbol (lst[0]), 1, lst + 1);

(lst is a 2-element array of type t_atom; the first element is used as 
the selector, so there is 1 atom left - and not 2)

also readanysf~ uses the deprecated flext-macro FLEXT_NOGLOBALNEW 
instead of FLEXT_USE_CMEM (being no flext man i don't really know 
whether the latter is a replacement for the former - though the errors 
thrown by flext suggest this)

so my question is whether readanysf~ is maintained in the sf-cvs and 
whether it is ok if i submit the patches.


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