Hi Jim,

I wasn't able to download the attachment, could you email me the file directly?

I'll check what changed in blue's rendering from 2.0.9 to 2.1.3.  I know there's been changes but what exactly may take some time.  I haven't been able to use the API on 10.6 with the installer from Sourceforge myself without removing the doubles version (oddly enough), but I had been operating under the assumption it was due to issues with 10.6 and the binary. 

One thing I see that changed was forcing the 32-bit of Java being used.  Could you try modifying 2.1.3 version of blue, editing the blue.app/ (can right click and choose explore contents), then go into Contents->Resources->blue->etc and editing blue.conf.  The change would be to remove the "-J-d32" from the line that starts with default_options.

Also, could you tell me what version of Csound you are using on your machine?  

Thanks!
steven




On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 4:14 PM, Jim Aikin <midiguru23@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
On 6/27/2011 10:45 AM, Steven Yi [via Csound] wrote:
>
> For 2.0.9 and 2.1.3, are tests being done on the same system with same
> OS version?

Yes. Same machine, same OS (10.6.7), etc.
>
> As for output, could you try with API turned off and on?

With the API turned on, blue quits and I get the attached output from
the Mac. With the API turned off, all that happens is ... nothing. blue
says it finished rendering the .csd, but there's no output text from
Csound in the Csound - Output window, and the playback cursor never
starts moving across the score.
>
> The real-time render settings for the program are used if the Audio
> Output box for the project is set.  The checkbox in the program
> options is used to set a default for new projects (i.e., if checked,
> enable audio output in new projects).

In the Windows version (I'm looking at 2.1.3 right now in Windows)
there's an Options item at the bottom of the Tools menu, but there isn't
any such item in the Mac version. Turns out that's a Mac thing, though
... it's in the blue menu at the top of the screen. But at first glance,
the settings seem to be the same in 2.0.9 on the Mac as in 2.1.3 on the
Mac, and the former produces audio output while the latter fails.
>
> Otherwise, could you send me a test project to try?

This is with TimewaveCanon.blue, which I believe is one of the demos you
ship with the software. Or any other file.

--JA


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