A workaround is obvious : expr "in*(in>0.3)", for example. Anyway, the
i can confirm >p jit.expr behavior on xp/pc (before those shiny new macs i
thought its enough to say ‘xp’)
if i understood the problem correctly,
one workaround could be:
jit.expr @expr "(norm > 0.3)*norm"
jit.expr @expr "(norm > 0.3)*in"
The ">p" infix operator doesn’t work with the jit.expr parser.
However the prefix gtp(x,y) "greater than pass" should work (haven’t
verified, but programmed it to work that way). Similar for other
logical pass operators.
Let us know your findings.
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