[PD] writesf~ and Windows

Miller Puckette mpuckett at man104-1.ucsd.edu
Mon May 17 00:52:52 CEST 2004

well, "conditions" and pthread_cond_signal() work in windows just fine...
that's probably a better mechanism to use than unix signals in the
first place.


On Sun, May 16, 2004 at 07:09:32PM +0200, Tim Blechmann wrote:
> > I don't think there's any reason one couldn't write externs to make
> > point-to-point signal connections over a networ, using the subset of
> > threads that Windows supports.  I think that whether to use
> > point-to-point or broadcast is a separate question.  Also, most
> > receivers of "streams" just put out garbage when the signal degrades;
> > a "netreceive~" object could be coded to do the same if desired.
> well, i'm not familiar with windows programming at all ...
> i'm trying to set up a global soundfiler thread and until now i was
> using signals to wake up this thread ... so this probably won't work on
> windows systems ... 
> ... but first of all it has to become stable 
> cheers....
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