Re: Consensus of the OVC

From: Troy Davis <troy_at_digissance_dot_com>
Date: Sun Jul 25 2004 - 22:07:22 CDT

qtplay has a -q flag to suppress those messages, but I couldn't figure
out how to get the flag passed to the program when I tried to change
the os.spawnl call for it. It didn't appear to be as easy as changing
what I presumed to be a command line switch for sox in RII.py ("-t").

I just updated my cvs copy, there doesn't seem to be any
platform-sensing logic in RII.py, or any calls to qtplay, just sox. Did
those changes not get committed to the repository?

Thanks,
Troy

On Jul 25, 2004, at 11:22 AM, Jan Karrman wrote:

> Another thing with the RII: When I looked closer at the pictures
> from the April 1 demo, I noticed that the text on the screen was
> messed up. My guess is that this was caused by some output from
> the audio player (qtplay?). If it writes to standard error, you
> can suppress it by starting the RII with the command:
>
> runrii.py 2>/dev/null
>
> This is probably shell dependent (works with bash/ksh/sh).
>
> /Jan
>
>
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