[chuck-users] chuck in a safe box?

Alan Yoder tempjayren at gmail.com
Tue Jan 4 19:56:33 EST 2011

thought comes to mind.
if the scripts run for a period of time to produce the mp3, and you want 
a sound outside of that time range. your scripts will say no.
i just woke up from a nap, so am probably not being clear.
if you've got a 20 second piece, and your scripts say run for 10 
seconds, those last 10 seconds are going to go away never to be heard.

On 1/4/2011 6:49 PM, Zed A. Shaw wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 04, 2011 at 08:11:25PM +0100, Stefan Blixt wrote:
>> If you run ChucK on a Unix-like system, like Linux or OSX, as a restricted
>> user, it shouldn't be able to do anything nasty to the actual installation
>> of the operating system. OTOH, the low-level connection to the sound
>> interface means that the watchdog needs to be active, or folks can crash
>> your computer with an endless loop without waits. I'm not completely sure
>> about the status of the watchdog on Linux.
> This would be hosted on a virtual linux server somewhere so there isn't
> a sound dev.  Probably what would happen is the scripts would be ran for
> a short period of time to produce an mp3 and then that gets posted.

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