[fpc-pascal] Synchronize(dummyproc) with Linux.
silvioprog at gmail.com
Wed May 1 16:49:55 CEST 2013
2013/4/30 Fred van Stappen <fiens at hotmail.com>
> This about audio and fpc and fpGUI and LCL and Linux. (working good with
> Have some trouble with threads synchronize() procedure.
> The main thread.execute is a loop to read-write audio data.
> Inside the loop i use synchronize(myProc) to synchronize some graphic
> component ( like taskbar.position, position.text,...). With LCL the graphic
> synchro is good and the quality of sound is ok and not altered with
> synchronize(myProc). With fpGui the synchro is good but not the quality of
> Some audio chunk are omitted when using synchronize(myProc).
> I was thinking that the reason was the Graphic-refresh but it is not.
> If i do a synchronize(dummyproc) i have the same bad result.
> Without synchronize(dummyproc), the sound is perfect.
> Here some code :
> >>The main thread.execute
> procedure TUOS_Player.Execute;
> if LoopProc <> nil then synchronize(LoopProc);
> >> And here LoopProc := DummyProc :
> Procedure TSimpleplayer.DummyProc ;
> // Nothing !
> I have a test example for Linux 64 bit.
> There are 3 binaries from same code : fpGUI, GTK2, Qt.
> On the fpGUI demo, there are 3 checkboxs more,
> - With syhchro Grahic
> - With synchro Dummy
> - Without syhchro
> On my slow computer, the sound is altered while using synchro, even if the proc is dummy !
> Why, what do synchronize() if the procedure is dummy ?
> Here the demo test :*https://sites.google.com/site/fiensprototyping/fpGUI_UOStest.tar.gz*
> Download the zip file, and run the binaries in root folder (everything is included and ready to use).
> The source are in src.
> Many thanks
> Try Queue instead Syncronize.
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