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Re: HISE

Postby d.healey » Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:03 am

I asked Christoph about this on the HISE forum and this is his answer:


It appears that the Projucer has some flags enabled that require i7 CPUs, which is most likely the cause of the illegal instruction errors.

Source: https://forum.juce.com/t/linux-projucer ... up/18320/8
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Re: HISE

Postby ChristophHart » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:43 am

I have changed the flag and replaced the Projucer binary. Can anyone that has the issue try again? I can‘t test it because I only have i7 CPUs ;)

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Re: HISE

Postby GMaq » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:15 pm

ChristophHart wrote:I have changed the flag and replaced the Projucer binary. Can anyone that has the issue try again? I can‘t test it because I only have i7 CPUs ;)


Hi,

First, Hise looks incredible! Thanks for your assistance and posting here..

I have an old early quad Intel Q6600 and a GIT pull with your changes unfortunately still doesn't produce a running binary for me.

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tester@avlinux64box:/media/DATA1/Packaging/HISE/HISE/tools/projucer$ ./Projucer
Illegal instruction
tester@avlinux64box:/media/DATA1/Packaging/HISE/HISE/tools/projucer$


To be extra sure I deleted my existing local repo and did a fresh GIT clone with no change.

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Re: HISE

Postby d.healey » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:06 pm

falkTX wrote:why not just deleting the projucer binary from the repo, and let others build it?
there is a linux makefile for it...

Don't delete it from the repo, I don't want to have to build it :) those who want to build it can delete their local copy
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Re: HISE

Postby GMaq » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:54 pm

falkTX wrote:why not just deleting the projucer binary from the repo, and let others build it?
there is a linux makefile for it...


Hi falkTX,

I know next to nothing about JUCE, can Projucer just be built on it's own and if so can you point to the recommended GIT repo for building it on Linux? There seem to be a lot of JUCE related extensions and stuff and I'm not sure what's what?

I agree that having a Projucer binary in the Hise source with wider CPU compatibility is probably the best for many people, it is already a pretty daunting project to build even for intermediate Linux users..

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Re: HISE

Postby Michael Willis » Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:00 pm

GMaq wrote:it is already a pretty daunting project to build even for intermediate Linux users..

This is the very reason why I used DPF for my plugin :wink:

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Re: HISE

Postby GMaq » Wed Jun 20, 2018 7:32 pm

Hi,

Thought I'd do a fresh GIT pull and revisit HISE, still no joy on the Projucer binary!? Is it not possible to build a more generic Projucer executable, it's not like I'm running some exotic weird processor here...


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