[PD] Interesting behaviour in Vanilla PD using 'expr'

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Jan 23 22:27:02 CET 2008

Wow, that's a weird one.  Sounds like it's definitely worth filing a  
bug report if you can make an example patch.


On Jan 17, 2008, at 2:37 PM, Mike McGonagle wrote:

> Hello all,
> Last night I was trying to learn a bit about the 'expr' external,  
> and I found something that would probably be considered a bug.
> I opened up the help file for 'expr', and then opened up the Lorenz  
> example. I started the audio generation, and banged on the example.  
> It started to play, and play, and play... I didn't stop the  
> example, but I did close the window for the example, and it  
> continued to play, and play, and play...
> I then tried the same thing in Extended (one of the more recent  
> nightly builds), and it doesn't do the same thing. It shuts the  
> audio down.
> Mike
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