[PD] Re: pd 0.36 for IRIX o32/n32 and externals
mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Fri Dec 6 17:25:36 CET 2002
I don't think I ever was able to get externs to load without crashing
in the "n32" version. I didn't have much time to try to fix it though
(I was squatting an SGI machine.) My _guess_ is, that if you can get
n32 versions of Pd and an extern compiled with debugging flags, it might
be possible to see where the process is failing; perhaps it would be
enough just to put printfs in the code (the extarn loader in s_loader.c
and the setup() routine in the extern itself.) It's probably just that
someone is calling a routine with an incorrect cast.
On Fri, Dec 06, 2002 at 09:51:54AM +0100, Soren Bovbjerg wrote:
> Hi Miller
> I was running the n32 version. The reason it didn't crash was because I
> didn't compile with -DDL_OPEN so it never really defined 'makeout'.
> Anyway, i recompiled this morning, and it crashed like I guess it is
> 'supposed to' ;-)
> I also made a o32 binary which i have added to the 0.36 package at
> Externals compile and run with this version.
> Is the n32 crash an old problem?
> Miller Puckette wrote:
> > Hi Soren,
> > Are you rnning the "o32" version of Pd? I believe the "n32" version was
> > never able to load externs, it just crashed. So now what else could be
> > going wrong, I wonder? If anyone has any ideas, I'd be happy to hear of
> > it. (I can't test this myself since all our SGI machines are broken.)
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