[PD] [L2Ork-dev] new alpha release of pd-l2ork
ico at vt.edu
Thu May 26 22:45:45 CEST 2016
OK, new version is uploading now (git is already updated). This should
definitely address the text problem. I still need to figure out what is
wrong with the array object. Can you please check that has been fixed as
well or send me a patch that induces a crash? I do see still some
extraneous errors both from text and the array objects I will need to
investigate. Thank you.
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 8:31 AM, Albert Graef <aggraef at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Ico,
> On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 7:26 AM, Ivica Bukvic <ico at vt.edu> wrote:
>> New version containing bunch of ports from vanilla and fixes to the
>> issues reported by the users over the past several weeks is now out and I
>> could really use some feedback in terms of testing. New features/fixes
> thanks for all the amazing new stuff! :)
> I didn't do exhaustive testing of the new and updated features yet, but
> since you've asked for feedback, here goes. All testing done with latest
> revision (4f92725) on Manjaro (Arch).
> On the bright side, 'sys_fopen' appears to work fine, so ticket #34 can be
> 'clone' also appears to work fine, AFAICT (only played around a little
> with the help patch).
> On the not so bright side, I can get neither 'array' nor 'text' to work.
> The corresponding help patches just make pd-l2ork segfault as soon as I try
> to open them. Even a rather minimal test patch (bug.pd, attached) makes
> pd-l2ork segfault. I've also attached a gdb backtrace from 'array'
> (pd-l2org-bt.txt) so that you can try to make sense of this ('text'
> produces basically the same backtrace). I should add that the same objects
> work fine in vanilla for me, so it's probably *not* an Arch- or
> cpu-specific issue.
> The last thing is from my personal wishlist. While you're at it, could
> 'menu_openfile' please be added back to pd-l2ork? Suggested patch to
> pd_menus_SHORT.tcl attached. I'm not sure how many external writers are
> using this, but I certainly do as it provides a convenient way to open the
> programs associated with Pure and Faust externals in Pd. I'm currently
> applying this patch in the Arch package, but it would be nice to have this
> working again on Debian/Ubuntu as well. Shouldn't do much harm either since
> it's in its own namespace. :-)
> Dr. Albert Gr"af
> Computer Music Research Group, JGU Mainz, Germany
> Email: aggraef at gmail.com
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