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Re: jit.cellblock crash


jln
January 17, 2007 | 12:19 am


January 17, 2007 | 7:06 am

>On 16 janv. 07, at 12:31, Maurizio Giri wrote:
>
>>I have a consistent reproducible crash with jit.cellblock
>
>There’s something wrong with the parameters saved with this jit.cellblock.

I see! So only that jit.cellblock in that help file subpatcher is affected by this "bug": maybe, as a minor fix, cycling should put an upper limit to the float display precision.

Thank you Emmanuel
m

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January 17, 2007 | 7:19 am

>maybe, as a minor fix, cycling should put an upper limit to the float display precision.

Ok, there IS an upper limit (8), and if you modify the float precision for that jit.cellblock it doesn’t crash even if you return back to the previous value. So there is something definitely wrong only for that particular jit.cellblock instance…

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January 17, 2007 | 8:45 am

On 17 janv. 07, at 08:19, Maurizio Giri wrote:

>> maybe, as a minor fix, cycling should put an upper limit to the
>> float display precision.
>
> Ok, there IS an upper limit (8), and if you modify the float
> precision for that jit.cellblock it doesn’t crash even if you
> return back to the previous value. So there is something definitely
> wrong only for that particular jit.cellblock instance…

yep. The problem is limited to some of the jit.cellblock in the the
help file.

ej


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