phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Sat May 16 04:08:03 CEST 2020
Thanks very much for running Valgrind -- it is appreciated as I do not have
patience enough to run it. From this GG was able to find 2 fixes for lost
bytes in performanceprefs.C and edl.C. There is also a mysterious report
of "invalid read of size 4" when loading LV2 plugins. He could not
generate these same errors on Fedora so he updated our Arch system and
tried it there and still could not. However, if you have some spare time
in the future, could you replace the 2 files I will send in a separate
email to just you, build with these 2 and then run Valgrind again (you only
have to get past the lv2 plugin loads so not as time-consuming)? This will
let us know if that modification he added to these 2 files fixes the
original problem so that there are no more "invalid reads". Let me know if
this makes sense or if there is a problem.
On Fri, May 15, 2020 at 2:59 AM Andrea paz <gamberucci.andrea at gmail.com>
> To thank GG, I offer a Valgrind made with the new release, with the
> modifiability of the audio track height.
> PS1: I also tried to run CinGG with gdb (# gdb ./cin) but it opens the
> gdb shell waiting for commands and does not start CinGG. How to do it?
> PS2: I also take this opportunity to thank Sergio for the
> optimizations and improvements he makes to the manual.
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> Cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org
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