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  AL.AL_BUFFERS_PROCESSED + Mac OS X 10.5.3 = not working  (Read 3545 times)
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Offline ho

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« Posted 2008-06-26 20:01:58 »

Hi!

When trying to get the processed buffers on mac osx 10.5.3 (on a macbook) with this code:

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int [] result = new int[1];
al.alGetSourcei( getSourceID(  ), AL.AL_BUFFERS_PROCESSED, result, 0 );


the result variable will always contain 0 as value.

but the same code runs fine on a windows machine and returns exactly the count of processed buffers, could it be that there is a little bug in the joal mac os native code?
because all joal libraries i'm using are up to date (v. 1.1.2 universal binaries) and i can hear sounds which don't use the queuing/streaming technique.

edit:

after thinking about what else could go wrong under mac os when using the queuing technique, i thought maybe the function alSourceQueueBuffers() which is used to queue buffers on a source is broken:

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   public void queueBuffers( OpenALBuffer [] buffers ) {
      int numBuffers = buffers.length;
      int [] arr = new int[numBuffers];

      for ( int i = 0; i < numBuffers; i++ ) {
         arr [i] = buffers [i].bufferID;
      }

      al.alSourceQueueBuffers( getSourceID(  ), numBuffers, arr, 0 );
   }


and therefore no buffers get queued on the source and when trying to query how many buffers have been processed the function returns 0.

thanks for your help =)

kind regards,
ho
Offline ho

Senior Newbie





« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-12-30 21:09:55 »

Hi!

sorry to bump this thread ... but this problem still exists and it would be very nice if someone of the owners of this project could give me an update ... is joal still developed or is it currently on hold? or maybe is there anyone who can give me a hint how to fix this problem on my own?

thank you very much!

kind regards,
ho
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