[PD] Toughts on PD vs. Max stability on macintels on analogindustries.com
cgclepper at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 21:02:05 CET 2011
I just emailed Chris to see if he would send along crash logs and info.
Maybe some bugs will get fixed from this.
On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 2:50 PM, chris clepper <cgclepper at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's a missed opportunity for everyone involved. Here was a developer of
> audio plugins with a lot of experience who could have provided a lot of
> valuable feedback, but chose not to do so. It doesn't take that much time
> to fire off the crash log to the list or post something on Sourceforge, plus
> he would have a lot more direct interaction with the Pd developers. Could
> have been a mutually beneficial relationship.
> On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Peter Kirn <peter at createdigitalmedia.net>wrote:
>> Re-posting as my previous post got scrubbed - sorry, Thunderbird is
>> convinced Pd-list archives are rich HTML. Doh. ;)
>> Anyway, I understand now - Chris is complaining generally about stability,
>> not about vst~. It's troubling, but he's not going into specifics, so it's
>> hard to know how to respond. I am genuinely curious about what's causing his
>> troubles; I suspect it isn't his imagination, so that makes me wonder what
>> the cause is.
>> As for the UI - well, I think everyone's aware of the situation there.
>> For audio interface setting persistence, I see that is now improved in
>> Pd-extended; don't know if that's a patch worth making to Vanilla. It's a
>> question that comes up a lot, and I don't know enough about the state of
>> that feature, but I'd be curious to know.
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