[CM] problems with cm3
taube at uiuc.edu
Sun Mar 29 11:39:15 PDT 2009
I cant debug without a way of duplicating your envronment.
if you can please send me SIMPLE testing code I can try to see whats
for the first problem, will your processes stay in sync if you spout
everting at 0, ie without specifying a start time?
(sprout (list ....) )
what version are you using? the current svn?
On Mar 29, 2009, at 10:18 AM, lieven moors wrote:
> I'm still experiencing a number of problems after switching to cm3.
> The biggest one I have is that when I sprout a number of processes at
> the same ahead time, there seems to be a systematic drift between the
> different processes. The processes start out in sync, slowly drift
> apart. Once in a while, I can hear that the processes are in sync with
> each other, after which they drift apart again. I'm using ubuntu
> 8.04 on a dual core system with 4gigs of ram, so performance shouldn't
> be the problem. Although I wonder if realtime priorities might have an
> influence on his.
> Another problem I have is when i'm sprouting to a midi file. When I
> write a file which according to the scheduler is 120 seconds long
> (display (elapsed)), and when I open it
> in another sequencer (Rosegarden or Seq24), all the notes are
> in one bar.
> And the distance between the original eight notes has become 8 ms. I
> a previous thread in which you mention the miliseconds vs
> divisions-per-quarter formats. I wonder
> if you are still using the miliseconds format, and if this is the
> problem I'm facing...
> I also have problems when I use Grace to save (scheme) files. When I
> to commit my changes using git, git suddenly complains about lots of
> trailing whitespaces. When I open the file I saved in Grace in another
> text editor (vim or emacs), I cannot see any of the whitespaces git is
> complaining about, so I'm not even able to get rid of them.
> I even have this problem when I just save an emty file with Grace.
> Thanks for your help
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