[chuck-users] some bugs on windows ChucK
ravelite at gmail.com
Thu Sep 13 10:17:12 EDT 2012
1. Seems to work! Nicely done and thanks for the fix.
2. On this machine test6.ck never seems to receive the message, but r.ckand
s.ck seem to work when run separately on the command line (from different
VMs). Do you think there would be a problem in particular from sending and
receiving OSC from the same VM? Is there a problem with the usage in
But it doesn't crash.
also rock on!
On Thu, Sep 13, 2012 at 3:00 PM, Ge Wang <ge at ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi Graham!
> Thanks for your contribution and insight -- we have hopefully addressed
> both of the issues you outlined in the latest release.
> Let us know if something still doesn't seem right?
> Thanks and rock on!
> On Wed, 12 Sep 2012, Ge Wang wrote:
> Hi Graham!
>> Greetings old friend! Thanks for the excellent tests and yummy
>> breadcrumbs! There is definitely something funky with OSC since 1.3, on
>> 64-bit and 32-bit command chuck on OSX (188.8.131.52), I don't get the same
>> crash as you did on windows 7, but getting memory errors on cleanup.
>> Looking into it now!
>> On Tue, 11 Sep 2012, Graham Coleman wrote:
>>> First, congratulations to chuck team and all responsible for the recent
>>> I found a few bugs, these were tested in the latest ChucK and miniAudicle
>>> builds (win32) on 64-bit Windows 7 machines.
>>> 1. Machine.add doesn't seem to support drive specifications in paths.
>>> <<< Machine.add( "C:/Users/Public/test2.ck" ) >>>; //doesn't work
>>> <<< Machine.add( "/Users/Public/test2.ck" ) >>>; //works
>>> 2. A crashing bug when dealing with string non-literals. (test6.ck)
>>> I was unable to reproduce it outside of an OSC context, I don't know if
>>> affects non-Windows systems.
>>> Basically, I was capturing string arguments from received OSC messages,
>>> I found that one usage worked fine:
>>> <<< tsEvent.getString() >>>; //this should work
>>> but that trying to store it into a string object was crashing:
>>> tsEvent.getString() => string str2; //this should crash
>>> <<< str2 >>>;
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