Thanks Victor for adding the new opcodes and data files and thanks to Brian
Carty. I will include them in the OS 9 distribution. The HRTFcompact file
is included with the manual, and I think some of the binary packages (used
to?) include it. (I don't include it).
A few questions:
As long as I am including the data files, I'd like to include an example --
will an interesting one be added to the manual?
I noticed that the data files are being read with the CSFTYPE_FLOATS_BINARY
constant specified. Are they just arrays of float values? (I see the
comment about no header). Is this the same file "format" as the HRTFcompact
file? (There is a unique constant for that file -- CSFTYPE_HRTF -- but
maybe that is unnecessary).
Regarding reading the new data files, I see that the data is cast to
(MYFLT*). Is this expected to work only for a floats or a doubles version
of Csound? Perhaps you already have a note to that effect in the manual
entries. And finally, what is the endianness of the data and do the opcodes
do byte-swapping when needed?
Victor.Lazzarini@... wrote on 1/30/08 1:39 PM:
> Do you mean the HRTFcompact file?