Linux loader for Gen~ exported code
Jan 20 2015 | 9:37 am
I would like to acknoledge that I spent a relatively big amount of time inspecting the exported code from my gen~ 'patch'. I don't even consider it to be a patch as it is fully functional software. Besides, I need to ask Cycling '74 as to why exportcode .cpp file has no main() function? It is arguably but I think this may be clearly stated on the cycling '74 site that exportcode can not be compiled as a program using gcc compiler for example in abscence of main() function. However, it can be used as an library both static or shared are a good example of this. Max in this regard can be considered a loader for a gen~ library. And here is where our paths dissolve. I invented a new method of signal discretization and I don't need FFT to be performed on my signal. So, I need to explicitly put samplerate parameter in loader (preferably for a linux) with samplerate set to approximately 45 MHz at the beginning of this journey. The question is can the community help with links, information and other help in creating such a loader for gen~ libs for linux? Or maybe someone already made an effort in this direction?
Best regards, Ruslan Yusipov