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murgaLua.debug.showTable seems to crash on userdata without a metatable set. Or something like it. In any case it crashes when you go to some Fl_* table which contains an id = userdata field.

SimpleApp2.lua crashes if the quit button is pressed (attempt to call fl_ask instead of fl_choice)

All the rest is working as expected (only tested on Linux)

Greets,
JP
so may i have the try of the 0.8.x branch?
i cant wait to try an unicode support fltk libary

jyf1987 Wrote:
so may i have the try of the 0.8.x branch?
i cant wait to try an unicode support fltk libary


Sure,

I will release 0.7.0 final in the next couple of weeks and the alfa build of 0.8.x soon after.

Cheers
John de Murga

Doesn't work on Leopard 10.5.8

Code:
/murgaLua/bin/MacOs-Intel/murgaLua ; exit;
dyld: unknown required load command 0x80000022
Trace/BPT trap
logout


Code:
/murgaLua/bin/MacOs-Intel/core-lite/murgaLua_lite ; exit;
Segmentation fault
logout


Code:
/murgaLua/bin/MacOs-Intel/core-lite/murgaLua_core ; exit;
dyld: unknown required load command 0x80000022
Trace/BPT trap
logout


I supposed I should update, this OS is what 3 or 4 years old now?

iGame3D Wrote:
I supposed I should update, this OS is what 3 or 4 years old now?

OK, that is a pain :-(

I will find the old CDs and do a Leopard build.

Thanks for letting me know.

Cheers
John de Murga

Another small thing: The proAudio.soundStop(sample) does not work when the sample is specified, only when executed without an argument, stopping all sounds.

Aside of that is there a way to get samples to pause, seek, etc etc? or is this well beyond the scope of the proteaAudio binding? I was just thinking of writing a transcription application (to convert a spoken interview to text), so it really needs forwarding, seeking back, pausing, ... But otherwise i'll just interface to VLC or mplayer ...

Greetings,
Jan-Pieter
I'm not having any luck with proAudio on my box, Debian Lenny with ALSA. The simpleSound example initially got stuck in the sleep loop, then after changing "if not proAudio.create() then os.exit(1) end" to just "proAudio.create()" the ogg played but then it got stuck in the next sleep loop. I couldn't get it to play a wav file, even though proAudio apparently loaded it. After playing around a little more, the ogg file stopped working as well.

mikshaw Wrote:
I'm not having any luck with proAudio on my box, Debian Lenny with ALSA. The simpleSound example initially got stuck in the sleep loop, then after changing "if not proAudio.create() then os.exit(1) end" to just "proAudio.create()" the ogg played but then it got stuck in the next sleep loop. I couldn't get it to play a wav file, even though proAudio apparently loaded it. After playing around a little more, the ogg file stopped working as well.

What are you running exactly ?

I suspect I should be able to replicate your setup in a VirtualBox VM.

jpjacobs Wrote:
Aside of that is there a way to get samples to pause, seek, etc etc? or is this well beyond the scope of the proteaAudio binding? I was just thinking of writing a transcription application (to convert a spoken interview to text), so it really needs forwarding, seeking back, pausing, ... But otherwise i'll just interface to VLC or mplayer ...


It is out of scope of the binding, but I'll take a look.

Maybe it can be easily implemented.

JohnMurga Wrote:
What are you running exactly ?
I suspect I should be able to replicate your setup in a VirtualBox VM.


Currently Debian Lenny with ALSA, MurgaLua dynamic. I'm not sure how much more specific I can get...I didn't do any custom configuration. I have SDL_mixer installed, too, if that makes any difference, and JACK, although it isn't used unless i run it manually. There is no aRTs or ESD or PulseAudio or any other sound server. I don't recall having an issue with this when i tried the previous beta, but I haven't been able to make it work since I made that last post. I think I might have broken my system.

Also note that contrary to JP's results, this example segfaults when I try it with murgaLua-static...after saying "RtApiOss:TonguerobeDeviceOpen: error opening device ()". I'm guessing I probably don't have even the alsa-oss compatability installed.

I'm going to be moving up to Debian Wheezy whenever that's released, but I may first install Squeeze and see if I get the same results. Squeeze is already on my server, but I don't want to add anything it doesn't need.

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