[CM] Beginner with open-sound.

Francis Derive francisderive at me.com
Thu Jul 17 09:46:12 PDT 2014

Hi Bill !

Thanks for the quick answer.

At first, I must admit that open-sound does find the sound file sitting in the directory from where snd has been launched - but nothing apart from there.

More, revisiting my old-timed dot zshrc I think I could have been a bit carefulness : "paths" are environment variables where to find executable files, and the *load-paths* has same semantic which can't allow for data files.

I feel sorry for the inconvenience of my demand. 

But - would I persist in the soundness of my my query - I would consider for considering the catch.

I think the subject is closed.

Thanks a lot.

On 17 juil. 2014, at 15:24, Bill Schottstaedt <bil at ccrma.Stanford.EDU> wrote:

> Hi!  *load-path* refers to s7's load function, not open-sound.
> I thought there was a directory search list for open-sound, but
> now I can't find it!  I could either add a new one (*sound-path*?)
> or tie open-sound into the *load-path* list -- I'm not sure
> what is best.  You could also wrap open-sound in a catch
> and search a list of directories, but this seems like something
> that ought to be built-in.
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