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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby Italo_Hellboy » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:15 am

i put the icon folder in setlist folder but i can't see icons in songs screen
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby jstump91 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 4:20 pm

I just committed support for a new audio streaming module, which will be used in preference to the pyogg/pyvorbis-based one if it is present. The new code will soon add a lot more capabilities for how the game manipulates song audio streams (such as being able to apply conversions and effects and seek all tracks forward for section practice mode), but for now it just looks enough like the StreamingOggSound class in Audio.py that ordinary gameplay works with it.

I am deliberately not providing binaries of the new module yet because a lot of it is likely to change, but if you have a working C compiler, a copy of the Python headers, and development files for SDL, SDL_mixer, libogg, libvorbis, and libvorbisfile, "python setup.py install" will do the right thing from an svn checkout of http://svn.jstump.com/r/oggstreamer/trunk/. Do not ask us for help compiling and installing the module. When it has developed enough that the C code is unlikely to need further change, I will make and release Windows binaries of the module, but for now, you will have to live with compiling it yourself.

See FoFiX issue 419 for more details. (You may remember that as the pitchbend issue; the new pitchbending support will be going into this module once this module's basic functionality all works, so I decided to incorporate this module into that issue.)


Please do not latch onto this and suggest that we rewrite the entire game in C or C++ now that we are replacing one class with C code. Violators will receive warnings.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby lordhardware » Mon Oct 12, 2009 6:49 pm

Ok so... i followed all the instructions in the "working under svn" wiki, and it keeps saying im missing modules...

i do not understand?
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby jstump91 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 6:54 pm

lordhardware wrote:Ok so... i followed all the instructions in the "working under svn" wiki, and it keeps saying im missing modules...

i do not understand?


It would be helpful if you listed which modules it said were missing.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby lordhardware » Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:02 pm

jstump91 wrote:
lordhardware wrote:Ok so... i followed all the instructions in the "working under svn" wiki, and it keeps saying im missing modules...

i do not understand?


It would be helpful if you listed which modules it said were missing.


well it seems i fixed the module missing problem... but now it says it needs to update Rockband 1 and that i have files missing O_O
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby Azzco » Mon Oct 12, 2009 7:17 pm

lordhardware wrote:
jstump91 wrote:
lordhardware wrote:Ok so... i followed all the instructions in the "working under svn" wiki, and it keeps saying im missing modules...

i do not understand?


It would be helpful if you listed which modules it said were missing.


well it seems i fixed the module missing problem... but now it says it needs to update Rockband 1 and that i have files missing O_O

Come on work with us, which files are missing, copy paste the exact output.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby lordhardware » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:00 pm

Azzco wrote:Come on work with us, which files are missing, copy paste the exact output.



Sorry heres what it says

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C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\scripts>call ClearCompiledPycs

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\scripts>cd ..

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>del *.pyc
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\*.pyc

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>del *.pyo
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\*.pyo

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>del *.bak
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\*.bak

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>cd midi

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>del *.pyc
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi\*.pyc

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>del *.pyo
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi\*.pyo

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>del *.bak
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi\*.bak

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>cd ..

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>rd /s /q build
The system cannot find the file specified.

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>python FoFiX.py
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby Azzco » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:11 pm

lordhardware wrote:

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C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\scripts>call ClearCompiledPycs

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\scripts>cd ..

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>del *.pyc
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\*.pyc

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>del *.pyo
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\*.pyo

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>del *.bak
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\*.bak

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>cd midi

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>del *.pyc
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi\*.pyc

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>del *.pyo
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi\*.pyo

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>del *.bak
Could Not Find C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi\*.bak

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src\midi>cd ..

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>rd /s /q build
The system cannot find the file specified.

C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>python FoFiX.py

Correct me if I'm wrong but that isn't anything to be concerned with, .pyc and .pyo are "compiled" python files which aren't necessary to run the code (python can be run from source code unlike most other languages) and .bak is just backup files generated automatically.
Also the script is trying to delete them, so why would it matter if they're there to begin?

I'm not quite sure what's going on at "C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>rd /s /q build" I'm just assuming that it's a script to build fofix to a binary.

In any case...
What happens after
C:\Program Files\FoFiX v3.120\Fofix source\src>python FoFiX.py
Where the program is actually run. Does it start at all? Is there anything in the logs, and what was the problem again?
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby lordhardware » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:15 pm

no no the dialog just sat like that indefinitely.


i set a clean Install Folder as the SVN Checkout folder and for some reason the program started straight away when i compiled it.

problem solved? although i dont understand was was wrong to begin with.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby acrox999 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:24 pm

Well, that's not a problem actually. The game can run fine. Its not an error, I think.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby lordhardware » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:45 pm

acrox999 wrote:Well, that's not a problem actually. The game can run fine. Its not an error, I think.


the game can run fine NOW... it wasnt running in the folder i originally set it to

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New problem... now every time i try to run a song under rev1950 im getting this error:

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IO Error 2: [no path exists]


ive set the setlist path, it doesnt matter what song i choose
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby jstump91 » Mon Oct 12, 2009 9:16 pm

lordhardware wrote:New problem... now every time i try to run a song under rev1950 im getting this error:

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IO Error 2: [no path exists]


ive set the setlist path, it doesnt matter what song i choose


In ***** FORUM RULES • PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING HERE! *****, jstump91 wrote:
  • Know your log file. It's called "fofix.log". It is here:
    1. in Windows: Your game folder
    2. in GNU/Linux: ~/.fofix
    3. in Mac OS X: ~/Library/Logs.
    Always post it whenever you are reporting an error. Use a spoiler, collapse or code tag, because it's often long.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby lordhardware » Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:58 pm

jstump91 wrote:
lordhardware wrote:New problem... now every time i try to run a song under rev1950 im getting this error:

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IO Error 2: [no path exists]


ive set the setlist path, it doesnt matter what song i choose


In ***** FORUM RULES • PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING HERE! *****, jstump91 wrote:
  • Know your log file. It's called "fofix.log". It is here:
    1. in Windows: Your game folder
    2. in GNU/Linux: ~/.fofix
    3. in Mac OS X: ~/Library/Logs.
    Always post it whenever you are reporting an error. Use a spoiler, collapse or code tag, because it's often long.



there is no log file... i looked...

running it from source means it its not exiting properly and is also not making a log file
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby death_au » Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:26 am

The log file gets made as soon as you start. If you see so much as a blank screen when starting FoFiX, sources or not, you get a log file. It may not contain anything useful, it might get cut off abruptly, but it exists.

If you're running from source, it'll probably be in the src folder with all the py files.
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Re: FoFiX 4.0.0 Development Thread

Postby acrox999 » Tue Oct 13, 2009 2:38 am

death_au wrote:The log file gets made as soon as you start. If you see so much as a blank screen when starting FoFiX, sources or not, you get a log file. It may not contain anything useful, it might get cut off abruptly, but it exists.

If you're running from source, it'll probably be in the src folder with all the py files.

I was about to tell him this. :wink: You said you've used the SVN for 5 months but you don't know where the log files are when running from sources?

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BTW, the new song database system(which I just tested), is fine. Except it attemp to cache the song folders everytime we enter the databas or after playing a song.

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