Koen Dejonghe wrote:
> I downloaded the sources and built saolc in Visual C++ 5.0 on NT 4.0,
> and it looked ok at first sight.
> When I run saolc on the attached orc&sco I get the following output:
> Read global block.
> Read opcode linen.
> Read instr toot4.
> Read opcode my_chorus.
> Read 3 score events.
> Unhandled Exception in saolc.exe: Access violation
You found a bug in saolc. I've fixed it in the sources on
the WWW site, but not in all the binaries. The bug involved
importing a global function table into a user-defined
If you don't want to rebuild, a simple workaround is to
put the table ftSine() right in the user-defined opcode
'my_chorus' rather that using a table placeholder and
a global table.
Note that you have other bugs in your orchestra, too -- you
don't want to make fStart and fDur explicit p-fields to
'toot4', and then use the standard name 'dur' instead of
fDur in the 5th line of 'toot4'.
Best of luck,
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