Thanks for the info. I will probably try capturing the output as you suggest.
You might be interested in the project I am working on:
The audience for it so far is mainly my fellow audio engineers working on IT Conversations podcasts, but once it has matured a bit I plan to distribute it more widely.
If you have any comments on our Nyquist code, I'd be delighted to hear them!
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Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2005 13:20:06 -0400
Subject: [Nyquist-users] RE: Nyquist-users digest, Vol 1 #6 - 1 msg
The sample counts that are printed by S-SAVE cannot be switched off
or changed without modifying the source code and recompiling. Generally,
S-SAVE does not know how many samples it is going to compute, so it =
hard to make a progress bar even if you could keep track of how many =
The Nyquist IDE's work by running Nyquist as a sub-process and =
the standard output from Nyquist. In some cases, the standard output is
parsed (e.g. that's how plot is implemented), so in principle, you could =
the same thing to suppress the output of S-SAVE and perhaps map it into =
progress display or hour-glass/"I'm thinking" display.
I would not be opposed to adding some support in this area if you
need it to accomplish something.
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