...I just found out that it is rather the "-d"-command that makes=20
Csound vanish and unstoppable by a force quit than the=20
"--env:CSNOSTOP=3Dyes" -command. Still the crashing behavior remans the=20=
same as reported below if either of these commands or none of them is=20
All the best,
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> Von: Jan Jacob Hofmann <jjh@...>
> Datum: 21. Juni 2007 12:00:22 MESZ
> An: blue users mailing list <bluemusic-users@...>
> Betreff: stopping csound
> Dear Steven dear list,
> it worked for me to specify "--env:CSNOSTOP=3Dyes" to stop Csound.=20
> However I decided to go back to the old behavior as the crashes of=20
> Csound were more odd (see description below) and happened more likely.=20=
> Csound crashed when...
> ... I pressed the "stop button" while rendering
> ... just clicked on the sound-object while rendering
> In any case, also while Csound ran fine, there was basically no way to=20=
> stop Csound than restating the computer. No way to force quit csound,=20=
> as it was not accessible at all. Any crash of Csound took nearly 95 %=20=
> of the CPU- power, other applications still worked, but slow.
> So I decided to remove the "--env:CSNOSTOP=3Dyes"- flag. Now Csound=20
> appears again in the "force quit"-menu of the OSX-System and I can=20
> quit it that way, if there is need for it.
> All the best,
> Jan jacob
> Am 15.06.2007 um 14:57 schrieb peiman khosravi:
>> Message: 1
>> Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 12:01:20 +0200
>> From: Jan Jacob Hofmann <jjh@...>
>> Subject: Re: [Bluemusic-users] soundfile read- in
>> To: blue users mailing list < bluemusic-users@...>
>> Message-ID: <001079d7dd31f9870b9b531c98d94088@... >
>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=3DUS-ASCII; delsp=3Dyes; =
>> 2. stopping csound
>> - Yes, using "--env:CSNOSTOP=3Dyes" stops Csound automatically, if
>> specified that way in the "real-time render project properties".
>> - I could even suppress the display using "-d" flag, in the =
>> render project properties".
>> If using the "stop" button in the play/stop-bar while Csound is
>> rendering or playing Csound still crashes. If the displays are
>> suppressed=A0=A0the crash is even worse: Csound can not be force =
>> because it gets nowhere displayed that it is active, not even in the
>> "force quit menu" of the mac. Still it is active and hangs, so just a
>> new start of the computer can release it.
>> - If I use the stop- button after Csound has finished, it works as
>> expected in either way: Csound stops.
>> Again, thanks a lot for your feedback,
>> Jan Jacob
>> Am 14.06.2007 um 23:14 schrieb Steven Yi:
>> > Hi Jan Jacob,
>> > I think Peiman's reply pretty much sums up what is going on.=A0=A0For=
>> > Csound, you can either run with no displays using -d, or you can=20
>> > have it automatically close when it is finished rendering by using
>> > CSNOSTOP environment variable described in the manual as:
>> > # CSNOSTOP: If this environment variable is set to "yes", then any
>> > graph displays are closed automatically at the end of performance
>> > (meaning that you possibly will not see much of them in the case of=20=
>> > short non-realtime render). Otherwise, you need to click "Quit" in=20=
>> > FLTK display window to exit, allowing for viewing the graphs even
>> > after the end of score is reached.
>> > I think the way to add that to the commandline is:
>> > --env:CSNOSTOP=3Dyes
>> > Let me know if that works for you!
>> > steven