[chuck-users] Trouble with Machine.add() and paths on Windows; listing loaded shreds
kiranov1986 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 00:16:13 EDT 2013
I think the correct way to put absolute paths in windows is using the
linux-style delimiter, '/' (forward-slash) - at least it works for me ;-)
So, in case of your example, the following should work.
Machine.add("C:/Program Files (x86)/ChucK/libs/lib-
On Wed, Oct 30, 2013 at 11:42 PM, Gregorio Gomez <gogogo at unm.edu> wrote:
> Hi, everybody:
> I'm new here. I'm really intrigued with ChucK and I'm looking forward to
> working with it.
> I am having one problem. I've taken a look at the list archives, and the
> forum, but the fixes I've seen there haven't worked for me. If there's
> something there that I overlooked, I apologize. Please feel free to point
> me in the right direction.
> Basically, I'm having some trouble including the LiCK library, but my
> questions are more about Machine's add() method.
> Here's an example of what's not working:
> Machine.add("c:\\Program Files
> And the errors:
> [chuck]: unrecognized escape sequence: \P
> [chuck]: malformed filename with argument list...
> My questions:
> When Machine.add's argument is a relative path like this:
> or this:
> what's the path relative to?
> What's the correct way to use absolute paths in Windows?
> What's the correct delimiter for paths in Windows?
> Is it possible to get Machine to list loaded shreds?
> I'm running:
> Windows 7
> miniAudicle 1.3.0
> ChucK 18.104.22.168
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