[Clam-devel] Re: GSoC proposal for CLAM: Real-time synthesizer using SMS models

Han, Yushen yushen.han at gmail.com
Tue Apr 15 13:35:37 PDT 2008

Hi, Pau and Greg

Thank you for your information with the snapshot, Pau.

I checked out r11310 and just compiled both the CLAM and the plugin in
my Mac OS X 10.5.2 again.
Still, it gave the same error when I use the SDIFDatabaseProcessing.
Greg, can I know your last working environment last summer when you
programmed your plugin?
Since Mac OS X 10.5.2 might be a problem and tonight I will try the
new rev11310 on my friend's Mac OS X 10.4.9.

I noticed some warning when some SDIF-related classes were being compiled:

== Compiling shared scons/libs/processing/src/BufferedSDIFFileReader.cxx
scons/libs/processing/src/BufferedSDIFFileReader.cxx: In member
function 'void CLAM::BufferedSDIFFileReader::Run()':
scons/libs/processing/src/BufferedSDIFFileReader.cxx:228: warning:
comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions

scons/libs/processing/src/LoopingSDIFFileReader.cxx: In member
function 'int CLAM::LoopingSDIFFileReader::ChooseLoopRandomly(int,
scons/libs/processing/src/LoopingSDIFFileReader.cxx:143: warning:
comparison between signed and unsigned integer expressions

But I am sure if that is the problem.

By the way, I replied to you question for my C++ experience in my GSoC
application page.
Please let me know if you have more questions ( or comments on my
proposal / comments ). Thanks!

Best regards,
Han, Yushen

On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 2:50 PM, Greg Kellum <greg.kellum at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Pau,
>  If only it were that easy...  I noticed that problem with the plugin
> registration this weekend, but after changing it, it didn't actually solve
> the problem.  So, I didn't check in the change...  I just updated to your
> version nonetheless, and the network editor still isn't finding the plugin.
> I'm recompiling **everything** though just to be sure....
>  I'm not used to debugging outside of an IDE, and I don't know of any way to
> debug the NetworkEditor other than doing so directly in gdb.  I tried that
> on Sunday, and it was pretty painful...  Do you know a better way to do
> this, oh yea master of open source software?
>  Best,
>  Greg
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