shot self in foot
ritsch at iem.mhsg.ac.at
Sun Feb 21 16:41:50 CET 1999
Miller Puckette writes:
> Hi Pd-ers,
> For you non native English speakers, shooting yourself in the foot is
> a methaphor, meaning that you pulled the trigger on your pistol
> before you took it out of the holster. Here's how I just shot mine:
> NT Versions of Pd through 0.23 have a file, pd.dll, which "externs" link
> into. In version 0.24 I renamed this "pdlib.dll" to avoid confusing the
> Gates debugger. However, I just realized this morning that this change
> BREAKS ALL EXTERNS. The only people I know of who are impacted are myself
> and Mark Danks but there may well be others.
> I'm busy now trying to put out a release 0.25 mainly to fix problems in the
> 0.24 release... Should I leave "pdlib" the way it is in 0.24?
On our pd-0.24 NT the lib is named pd.dll. and as a really visually
Visual-C++ must-Newcomer couldnt compile a external on it...
maybe so should we rename the pd.dll to pdlib.dll ?
Besides is there an up or downsampling object, I couldnt find up~ and
PS.: I have hacked pd on NT to do multichannel on synched in and outs,
adding two commandline options -audioins <n>, -audioouts <n>
(working on a PII, with RME-Card (ADAT-I/O)) which works.
(see ftp://iem.mhsg.ac.at/pd/experimental )
in fact only in src:
- s_nt.c, -> see wini-comments
- s_main.c -> for options -audioouts <n>, -audioins <n>
- m_imp.h -> max channels to 8
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