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#49821 05/04/09 06:23 PM
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I'm using m1 0.7.8a6 (on linux, I can't find any more recent linux version than that..) and when I turn on wav logging and step through songs with + there is a nasty bug. Steps to reproduce:
* start it with ./m1 -w foobar
* first song is recorded to waves/foobarxxxx.wav
* press + to advance to next song
* this song now overwrites the previously created wavfile and there seems to be a shift in the corresponding song numbers to wav numbers from now on:
if we assume songs are played in order 1,2,3,..,n the 1st song is correct at first, but once you press + the 2nd song is saved to foobar0001.wav and 3rd to foobar0002.wav up to n-1.

I'm pretty sure this is an easy bug to spot.. shame there is no source to tinker with. I seem to remember getting this bug in the windows CLI (or CUI as you call it) version too. Can anyone confirm?

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There are more recent Linux versions on this board. That said, that's not a bug. If you want to record multiple songs, stop M1 each time and use the song number as the final parameter. (Or start one song before the one you actually want).

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Silently overwriting a wav is not a bug? ok... nice feature smile

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Well, the purpose of the wav export is so you can avoid using M1, so why should I make it too easy? ;-)

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Hehe, well I can't find anything newer than a6 for linux - can you please give me some hints?

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Hmm, I guess a9 and later were only posted for Windows. I thought at least one version was multiplatform, maybe not smile

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I can confirm this bug exists on latest builds for windows.


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