[fpc-pascal] How to use pipes ?

fredvs fiens at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 1 19:55:54 CET 2017


Ho Andrew, nice to read you. ;-)

I battle hard to use your Thttpgetter for Opus, like you did for mpg123.

The difference with mpg123 is that Opus needs a buffer (mpg123 a named
pipe).

I am nearly sure that the problem comes from my code to get the buffer from
the pipe:

  while (outst2 < FramesWanted)  and (outst > 0)  do 
  begin 
     outst := InPipe.Read(BufferTemp[0],FramesWanted-outst2); 
    if outst > 0 then  for i := 0 to outst -1 do 
   BufferURL[i+outst2] := BufferTemp[i] ; 
     outst2 := outst2 + outst; 
  end; 

> Where is it stopping?

In the main loop, it is stopping a legal way, after +- 10 loops, because
Outframes =  0:
 
Outframes := op_read_float(HandleOP,  @Buffer[0], FramesWanted , nil); 
if Outframes = 0 then exit;

> You are blocking processing data but the buffer from the kernel is full.
> On many Linux pc's the kernel buffer size is 65536 bytes. 

Yes, it seems that this is the problem (but how to solve that?)

Thanks.

Fre;D







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Many thanks ;-)
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