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Re: [sc-dev] Re: calling the stream upon EventStreamPlayer-stop

> That also doesn't solve the problem of EventStreamPlayer's
> irrecoverability.

Hi again James,

 I went back and looked at your original email and I think you mean that
the EventStreamPlayer
cannot be resumed once it is stopped.  Use 'pause' and the EventStream can
be resumed (either
with 'play' or 'resume').

Actually, the fact that a PauseStream can be resumed after it is stopped
seems like a bug,not a feature.  For example, this makes it impossible to
stop a Task that is blocked waiting
for MIDI input using the MIDIIn-waitNoteOn style methods.


> This stuff is really central to my work, so I think what I'm going to
> do is make my own copy of PauseStream and EventStreamPlayer so I don't
> have to deal with this anymore. Then you guys can change whatever you
> want and I don't have to worry about retooling and retesting my
> framework when I update.
> Thanks for the advice.
> hjh
> : H. James Harkins
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