Max 6.0.4 SDK


    Feb 15 2012 | 7:29 pm
    FYI: A new version the Max SDK is now available @ http://cycling74.com/products/sdk/
    Enjoy!
    Tim

    • Feb 28 2012 | 9:03 am
      Thanks for the update, the online version looks great btw, slick!
      - I saw the new buffer acces notes, this is not compatible with max 5, right? And I also noticed that this not yet mentioned in modules->msp->buffers.
      - is there a changelog somewhere?
      - the search engine doesn't seem to work properly yet, at least it cannot find buffer or buffer~ (and it gives no feedback that is still searching, I suggest a spinning wheel or something :-) )
      - often "max 5" is mentioned in stead of max 6
      - the html is different than the pdf version, at least "33.1.3 Example Code" seems to be missing from the html version
      Timo
    • Mar 16 2012 | 7:35 pm
      A few bugs I could find so far:
      the compiler cannot link to the following functions defined in jgraphics.h:
      jfont_isequalto()
      jgraphics_fill_with_alpha()
      jgraphics_fill_preserve_with_alpha()
      jgraphics_stroke_with_alpha()
      jgraphics_stroke_preserve_with_alpha()
      jpopupmenu_popup_belowrect()
      jpopupmenu_popup_lefttofpt()
      jpopupmenu_setstandardstyle()
      in ext_obex.h the function:
      object_attr_getdump()
      seems to be broken.
      The compiler can link to it but the function does not perform the desired task.
      Thanks.
      - Luigi
    • Mar 19 2012 | 12:42 am
      sorry to have posted that elsewhere, but I have many errors trying to compile examples:
      XCode 4.3.1 is now a "normal" package in /Applications folder and it seems it broke several things in XCode projects files of examples no?
      Any help would be appreciated :)
    • Mar 20 2012 | 11:24 am
      Just caught these...
      As of SDK 6.0.4 (jgraphics.h) the following functions are also not exported:
      jgraphics_text_path()
      jgraphics_path_contains()
      jgraphics_path_createstroked()
      jgraphics_path_intersectsline()
      jgraphics_path_getlength()
      jgraphics_path_getpointalongpath()
      jgraphics_path_getnearestpoint()
      Thanks.
      - Luigi