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Latest EOF releases (1-14-2020)

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Offline   Archduke_Grand


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Hey, I'm not sure if it is just my computer but I am on linux and built it from the master branch today. Whenever I try to generate a spectrogram it crashes. Even in older builds I tried it still does that. Thanks

Offline   raynebc


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I didn't write the spectrogram code, but it was largely written similarly in design as my waveform graph code.  Does it crash when rendering the waveform?  Did you have another Linux computer on which the spectrogram does not crash?  Does it crash regardless of which OGG file you're using as the chart audio?  Can you provide the EOF log file as it is immediately after the crash occurs?