[Csnd-dev] Call for windows help

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[Csnd-dev] Call for windows help

jpff
We have an opcode fprints that does not work properly on windows, but
is OK on Linux and OSX.  This message is an appeal for windows experts
to test and/or fix the code in Opcode/fout.c related too setvbuffer
(which does not work on wndows) and fflush.

More details from me or issue #1021 in github.

==John ffitch
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Re: [Csnd-dev] Call for windows help

Steven Yi
The fprints.csd manual example is running fine here. my.sco is
generated in the current working directory (tested from different
paths).  It has the ";Generated score by ma++" content each time I
tried. Tested here on Windows 10.
On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 10:57 AM John <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> We have an opcode fprints that does not work properly on windows, but
> is OK on Linux and OSX.  This message is an appeal for windows experts
> to test and/or fix the code in Opcode/fout.c related too setvbuffer
> (which does not work on wndows) and fflush.
>
> More details from me or issue #1021 in github.
>
> ==John ffitch
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Re: [Csnd-dev] Call for windows help

jpff
Odd; previously reported as still wrong.  But happy to close this issue.
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Re: [Csnd-dev] Call for windows help

Stephen Kyne
I wasn't seeing the file being output but I wasn't seeing any errors reported after the code changes either. If Steven sees it working then it is probably just me.

Stephen

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Odd; previously reported as still wrong.  But happy to close this issue.