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From robomatix on 14.12.2008, 11:07:

  Serious error

Me again with another problem...
This morning, psycle displayed this message while it was played the song I work on :

See the screen shot

I don't know how restart the host and how to avoid this serious error to happen once again...

From [JAZ] on 14.12.2008, 20:07:


We haven't been able to spot the error on the M3 machine that causes , randomly, that exception (and the corresponding message) to appear.

I just can recommend you to minimize the usage of that machine.
As you saw, the only "problem" is that the machine no longer works until you open the song again, or replace it with a new one.

<[JAZ]> Pa pi pa pa pa pi pa.... ;D

From robomatix on 21.12.2008, 17:51:


I don't think that is a good idea to put in psycle a buggy synth...

Have you noticed the adress that starts with 'i:/.....'? It seem to be a local adress on the developer computer...

And now, I'm going to work on my songs and replace the M3 machines with another one...

From [JAZ] on 21.12.2008, 18:47:


Yes, I know that's a local computer address. It is the one where the .exe was compiled in (i.e. mine, although I have a different folder structure nowadays ).

The address is not the reason of the crash. The meassage is a debug message for us, the developers so that we can know at which file and line the problem appear.

The problem is that it only tells us in which point inside Psycle, not inside the plugin.

In the current Installer, we took the first step to put all the closed-source machines in a different selection option, in order to discourage the installment of those. Yet, i didn't do the same for the less-stable open-source ones, and M3 is on that list.

<[JAZ]> Pa pi pa pa pa pi pa.... ;D

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