[PD] call for testing on the nightly builds!
enrique at netpd.org
Mon May 19 18:04:53 CEST 2008
Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> On May 17, 2008, at 12:02 PM, Enrique Erne wrote:
>> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>>> On May 13, 2008, at 10:06 AM, Enrique Erne wrote:
>>>> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>>>>> Hey all,
>>>>> I've been fixing quite a lot of bugs in preparation of making the
>>>>> Pd- extended 0.40.3 release. It's getting pretty much ready, so
>>>>> please test it heavily so we can find any outstanding bugs!
>>>>> Jack just pointed out that pdp on Mac OS X/PowerPC is having
>>>>> problems loading videos, and is crashing, so I am working on that
>>>> some objects can't create. i think that all of them are know
>>>> problems. for me not be able to use <~ and >~ is _most_ annoying
>>>> (hexloader-something?). i know there are workarounds with expr.
>>>> not including iem-t3 lib is a loss but i can live without it. thou
>>>> it makes around 5 nice netpd patches not usable anymore.
>>> You can now file bug reports from the Help menu in Pd-extended.
>>> Please file a bug report for this.
>> i wrote a bug report for iem_t3
>> i'm not sure about the hexloader. i found this:
>> should i file a new bug report?
> hexloader should be included in tomorrow's build. Please test it. The
> t3 stuff should be in today's build.
for some reason the osx i386 didn't build.
so i tested with Pd-0.40.3-extended-20080519-macosx104-powerpc in
it3_delay and the other t3's work!
the hexloader seems to work too
but [<~] is now doing a:
load_object: Symbol "0x3e0x7e_setup" not found
expr~ $v1 > $v2
... couldn't create
i don't understand the issue here. it seems to load an abstraction
0x3c0x7e.pd with [expr~ $v1 > $v2] and expr~ somehow doesn't create.
when i load a plain [expr~] it _can_ create. and after doing so [<~] is
working as well...
should i file a bugreport for... uhm..
expr or 0x3c0x7e.pd ?
i found a new one in the Help/Search input field i can't write anything.
should i file a bug report for this?
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