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only a guessimg but is there a snprintf involved anywhere to format the
value for output? look at other values displayed by Yoshimi gui to see how
they're done. it may be the format string has a straight %f rather
than%.2f. just a guess and sorry if you've looked at this already.
On Nov 18, 2013 9:14 PM, "Will Godfrey" wrote:
> I've been slowing working my way though Yoshimi, looking for bugs and
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only a guessimg but is there a snprintf involved anywhere to format the =
value for output? look at other values displayed by Yoshimi gui to see how =
they're done. it may be the format string has a straight %f rather than=
%.2f. just a guess and sorry if you've looked at this already.
On Nov 18, 2013 9:14 PM, "Will Godfrey"=
I've been slowing working my way though Yoshimi, looking for bugs and t=
to understand the code, with some success. However, I've come across so=
that has me completely stumped.
On a modern machine if you look in the AdSynth edit window 'Detune'=
variable number of trailing digits, where it should only show 2 after the
decimal point. This is also true of all cases where a recalculated slider v=
is indirectly shown in an associated uneditable box. It happens nowhere els=
I've seen this on 64bit dual core AMDs and on 32bit Atoms. However, on =
AthlonXP the problem doesn't occur.
At first I thought it might be due to different version of FLTK but having =
various releases of debian, from 'lenny' up to the current 'tes=
*only* differentiating feature I can discover is that the AthlonXP doesn=
recognise the sse flag.
Finally, to add to the confusion, compiling on any of the other machines,
without the sse flag set, still produces the fault - I'm wondering if e=
without this, some math feature is still being used that causes the fault.<=
Any help or suggestions would be gratefully welcomed!
Will J Godfrey
Say you have a poem and I have a tune.
Exchange them and we can both have a poem, a tune, and a song.
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