There are no Breaking Changes listed for JUCE 7.0.3, but I just found one.
Thread::startThread (int priority) has been replaced by
Thread::startThread (Priority threadPriority).
In 7.0.2 and before, the
int priority parameter could be in the range from 0 - 10. Comments for the method noted:
Launches the thread with a given priority, where 0 = lowest, 10 = highest.
If the thread is already running, its priority will be changed.
int parameter has been replaced by a
Priority value. Because it’s an enum class, it’s not implicitly convertible to its integer value, but even if it was (or you used static_cast to convert it), the new integer range is [-2, 2], rather than [0, 10].
So, maybe add this to Breaking Changes?
WHOOPS, just saw that this was actually listed under 7.0.2 breaking changes, although I had been using 7.0.2 and it was still working fine with that.
that’s a typo.
line 4 should be
Version 7.0.3 and not
Version 7.0.2 (which is already line 230)
Ah, good, that explains it!
I got around this with the following change:
diff --git a/State/foleys_MagicGUIState.cpp b/State/foleys_MagicGUIState.cpp
index 077df3f..93708f0 100644
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ void MagicGUIState::addBackgroundProcessing (MagicPlotSource* source)
if (auto* job = source->getBackgroundJob())
- visualiserThread.startThread (3);
+ visualiserThread.startThread (juce::Thread::Priority::low); // JOS: was 3