Hi,

Very happy...
I am using Csound git, Jack and CsoundQt rev 975.
Run faster than before if using chn opcodes, no crash.
RT polyphony increase, very good for CPU hungry instruments.

The only thing I have lost (as far I can see) is the light on latched button.
Cheers,
René


Le 4 mars 2012 14:15, Tarmo Johannes <tarmo.johannes@otsakool.edu.ee> a écrit :
Hello, Menno,

I remember your post about making stupid mistakes crashes from some time ago

>From the last time I found a test "stupid mistakes code" like

instr   1

       knewft metro kmetro 1
       outs a1, a1
       out asig, asig

endin

and it does not crash with me (with the last build) neither with old not new
parser. Perhaps its due to csound - 5.16 is much better with new parser.

I also sometimes encounter problems with jack - especially when jack is not
started beforehand (i.e. CsoundQt starts it  by itself) I have not figured out
the reason exactly, why it happens, it might be not a problem   csoundqt.

tervised,
tarmo

On Sunday 04 March 2012 04:21:48 menno wrote:
> Hi Andres,
>
> this version of CsoundQt starts much faster and is more stable on my system.
> I use Xubuntu, preempt kernel and Jack to run Csound.
> The older versions of CsoundQt would nearly always crash right after the
> running of a csd, now i would say once in 6 times. And i cannot tell you why
> - sometimes an X run from Jack might be the cause of the crash, but most of
> the time i do not see why it should crash right after having run a csd.
> What runs without crahing is when i use the Run in Terminal option. Also,
> when i do something stupid like writing ridiculous code or faulty code that
> makes Csound crash, CsoundQt crashes along with it. Is there a way to
> prevent CsoundQt from crashing here?
>
> This report is not very positive, i know and i'm sorry, but perhaps there
> are other users that use the combination of Jack and Csound/CsoundQt? Then
> it could lead to a solution?
>
> regards,
> Menno
>
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