rpm of pd.23-4
guenter.geiger at psp-vie.be.philips.com
Fri Oct 23 20:31:29 CEST 1998
From: Charles Baker[SMTP:baker at charlieb.com]
>Sent: Thursday, October 22, 1998 11:00 PM
>To: Guenter Geiger; pd-list at iem.mhsg.ac.at
>Subject: Re: rpm of pd.23-4
>Guenter (et al) -
>I tried all recent pd's for MIDI on my RedHat5.1/OSS system:
>23-4 seg faults on MIDI out, only 23-4 BUT
>it seems I lost all MIDI function back at pd 23-1 !
Does this mean, 0.23-1 works, and 0.23-2 and 0.23-3 don´t, and finally 0.23-4 segfaults (getting worse :)).
I think it is rather a problem with the linux MIDI part, which is located in the linux subdirectory.
I have reports that pd-0.23-2 works. I have to look what is different between 0.23-1 and 0.23-2.
After all, the differences between 0.23-1 and 0.23-4 are minimal in respect to functionality of pd,
they were rather intended for Linux specific changes.
> When I diff the x_midi.c, what I see is that 22 -> 23 involved a
> move from treating MIDI data as ints to treating them as floats.
> Perhaps somehow this lies at the root of the in-effective midi objects
> on my system.
How does this ineffectiveness show itself ?
The step from pd-0.22 to pd-0.23 was rather big, but probably only Miller and Mark can shed some light on what
> I will try to look into it more this weekend.
I should check myself some MIDI gear and work on it too, maybe Wini can help us out and tell, what I have done wrong
in the newest version.
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