finally tracked down a bug i had with an audio source not getting initialised properly…
the creation arguments for AudioProcessor::prepareToPlay and AudioSource::prepareToPlay are switched.
i guess it’s too late to change this now, but a warning might be nice?
OR, is there actually some reason why they are switched???
AudioProcessor::prepareToPlay (double sampleRate, int samplesPerBlock)
AudioSource::prepareToPlay (int samplesPerBlockExpected, double sampleRate)
that was pretty annoying!
I hadn’t actually noticed, but that is an interesting discrepancy. Thanks for the heads up!
On a different note, didn’t the compiler warnings about
double help you out?
i guess my warnings aren’t set high enough, and anyway, i often pass ints as floats, etc
+1 that did screw me not only once, specially when refactoring between AudioSource and AudioProcessor. But I also reckoned that it can’t be fixed without breaking peoples code.
The default warnings of Xcode 7 didn’t show, but now in Xcode 8 the default warning level is way better.