Disclaimer: Haven’t written code for years & am still somewhat confused by github.
Anyway, my first module, Vector Victor, is on github if anyone would like to have a look / play.
I can only build for linux so if people could check that it compiles & runs ok on mac & doze that’d be great.
It’s really simple, just two buffers that are indexed by the phase inputs, primarily intended as a loop recorder. Not intended for use with audio, yet.
If a rack / c++ guru could give it a quick sanity check I’d be grateful.
All comments welcome.
I could be wrong but you might have to remove the sub directory. The repo first page should contain the makefile/json in order for the library to build.
Currently if I cloned the repo it would clone as is,
You don’t need the dist folder in the repo, if you are pushing from desktop you can include a
.gitignore and add folder / file names to this see: https://github.com/VCVRack/Fundamental/blob/v1/.gitignore
Thanks. I’m aware I screwed it up, will have to read a bit more about git, then have another go, probably deleting that repo and starting again from scratch. Will repost here once done.
You can just re-upload the
licence to where the readme is and delete the contents of the sub directory. Should delete the folder automatically if it has no contents.
Yes. I had to move the contents of the folder to compile it.
I think I’ve got this structured correctly now:
Mmmh. Nope. Makefile missing.
Boogie Bay just about done (I think) if anyone would like to wobble some cables. It now has voltage ranges selectable via context menu.
Linux & mac binaries available, could someone build for doze please?
I also read it wrong, I think he needs a build for (win)doze
ah not doze as in those, weird way to say windows, oh well
Yup, sorry. I’ve called it doze ever since I switched to linux as when I (rarely) go back to it, I often find myself wondering what the hell it’s doing / why it appears to be half asleep relative to linux. So yes, if someone could build a windows version for me I’d be grateful.