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Re: [sc-dev] SC PB proj
i might be speaking too soon or trying to take on too much at once, but
i was planning on making a ProjectBuilder project (i.e. don't need
CodeWarrior) to try and get things going. a number of people have
offered their help, so i think it's doable in a not-so-long period of
time. if i didn't have a full time job + part time school, i'd be able
to do this faster. sorry about that. i also have to get a better grip
right now i'm having problems with the CodeWarrior project(s) because
all the paths are relative to James machine, which of course makes it
difficult to compile (since he has directories with files which i don't
have, or perhaps i'm not giving the correct path). if i could resolve
one path problem in the SC_server_synth CW project, i'd have a library
up and ready for everyone to use (which has some code changes that a
list member so kindly pointed out in order to temporarily fix some USB
my initial guess (which is probably wrong) is that all the symbols that
are undefined/missing might be assembly code that james wrote for faster
arithmetic operations. i'm guessing he must have used faster integer
and float divisions, modulus operations, etc than what's included with
the C or C++ libraries. i think the other symbols are relevant to frame
pointers for stack frames??? i don't know...
it's overwhelming right now, and i think everyone's either quietly
tinkering on their own, stuck with audio init errors, or they just don't
have OSX yet. or the fact that it's all brand new, and takes some
getting used to.
On Monday, June 17, 2002, at 06:37 PM, Ian Pojman wrote:
so, uh, *cough*, is this thing on?
anyone know what the deal is with the pbproj not linking? anyone got it
is it coming from that libsndfile.a? any ideas on where this __div2i
__mod __save_fpr_26 etc stuff is?
is there a CVS module on sourceforge yet? (whos the sourceforge/cvs
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