where is the cyclone? (was Re: [PD] variable delay that can go to0?)

Greg Rippin gmr222 at nyu.edu
Tue Jul 9 21:28:12 CEST 2002

This looks great... any NT ports planned in the near future?


Krzysztof Czaja wrote:
> hi all,
> http://suita.chopin.edu.pl/~czaja/miXed/externs/cyclone.html
> is the cyclone page.  This is now linux-only (I will upload
> a snapshot with windows libs later this week).
> I think the library (at least the 'hammer' part of version 0.1)
> should enter the 'alpha-test' phase soon, otherwise the bugs would
> proliferate into an unmanageable pile...
> By 'alpha-testing' I mean, mainly, not using on stage, but if
> anybody was willing to perform alpha-testing for real, like
> stress-testing, max/msp-compatibility testing, etc., and looking
> for bugs in the code, I would be more than happy.
> Btw, the newest snapshot includes a (completely untested) 'pv'
> (private value) class.  It is like the 'value' class, but its
> objects handle values which are local to a window (and its
> sub-windows), and which can be messages of any type and length
> (not only floats).
> Krzysztof
> Greg Rippin wrote:
>  > Is cyclone available anywhere online?  I can't find it on
>  > pure-data.org...

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