[CM] sndlib and extension languages
J.Anderson at hull.ac.uk
Tue Mar 23 13:01:10 PDT 2010
I suppose it is one of those "is it worth the effort" kinds of things.
>From my POV sndlib + the power of SciPy would be fantastic. Python has quite a wide user base--which would mean wider
exposure for sndlib.
Ctypes (http://docs.python.org/library/ctypes.html) is apparently one way of going about the task. I wouldn't say I'm really
up to the job, myself, more being a composer who hacks.
At the moment, w/ SciPy, I'm running into some irritation with the Matlab-like assumptions, and really missing proper
Music V family functionality.
Ok, so that's useful to know... they 'stole' the name xen...
Dr Joseph Anderson
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University of Hull, Scarborough Campus,
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From: Bill Schottstaedt [mailto:bil at ccrma.Stanford.EDU]
Sent: Mon 03/22/2010 10:50 AM
To: Joseph Anderson; cmdist at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Subject: Re: [CM] sndlib and extension languages
I don't have any plans to add python as an extension
language, but it's certainly a possibility. I started
a port about 10 years ago, and still have the macros,
but they are probably obsolete.
The "xen" name collision is unfortunate, but as far as
I know, I was using it first. When I was casting about
for a name, I google'd "xen" (actually this might have
preceded google -- I can't remember now how we searched
the net in the good old days), and did not find anyone
else using it. It's hard to find a name that is
goggl-able and doesn't already have a bazillion
takers -- even "CLM" which is apparently a well-known
acronym for "Career Limiting Move" (example, punch the
boss on the nose) -- I kind of like that collision.
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