From: Patrick Shirkey <pshirkey@bo...> - 2002-12-20 21:18:44
Conrad Parker wrote:
> (this is mostly a bugfix release, and new fade in/out)
> also, if you can make it to linux.conf.au in sunny Perth, Western Australia
> in January you'll be in for some loud Scrubby action and wild partying! I'm
> excited about it already :)
> best wishes for the holiday season, and a rocking new year :)
I have been using sweep all week without a segfault but loading the new
version and doing a fade in/out then undoing the results and clicking in
the window causes one.
It is stable if I don't use the fade plugins.
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
For the discerning hardware connoisseur
Http://www.boosthardware.comHttp://www.djcj.org - The Linux Audio Users guide
Being on stage with the band in front of crowds shouting, "Get off! No!
We want normal music!", I think that was more like acting than anything
I've ever done.
Goldie, 8 Nov, 2002
On Sat, Dec 21, 2002 at 06:06:45AM +0900, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
> I have been using sweep all week without a segfault but loading the new
> version and doing a fade in/out then undoing the results and clicking in
> the window causes one.
> It is stable if I don't use the fade plugins.
hmm, I can't reproduce this.
it seems quite strange, seeing as the plugin and undo/redo architecture
they use is pretty solid (the same as normalise and reverse use).
do normalise or reverse do the same?
can you provide a stack backtrace?
does anyone else get this?
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