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eduard.aylon at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 05:53:49 EST 2005
You could try the following:
1. open to terminals: A and B.
2. type ./chuck --loop in terminal A
3. in terminal B type ./chuck --add first_file.ck <------ this
file is needed so at least Shred 1 exists
4. then type the following in terminal B ( all in one line)
find path_to_chuck_files -name "*.ck" |
while read name;
./chuck --replace 1 $name;
I admit this is a very dirty way to do it, but I guess you can play
with it and think in more interactive way to do it. Maybe you can
make a script and pass some variables like the sleep time and the
directory and finally call it from within chuck with a call to the
std.system( "string") chuck-function.
just a suggestion....
On 4 Nov 2005, at 10:53, andreas at smartelectronix.com wrote:
> Hey all,
> just started playing with the 'new' chuck...hmmm , fun:)
> now, i'm wondering, is it possible to get
> the contents of a directory (and loop thru all the file(name)s...)?
> i want to load a whole directory full of samples into an array of
> thanks, regards
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> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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