Is it a necessity to refuse broken Boom.stm and Bro.stm? Would allowing these to load break something else in foo_dumb or did you decide against it in favour of stability and security? I'm asking because every other application supporting STM-modules that i have tried did load these without stability issues, e.g. Screamtracker2, Screamtracker3, Schismtracker, BeroTracker Impulse, OpenModplugTracker.
Note: With the current update foo_dumb chokes on the resaved Acidlamb!.stm while it plays the original Acidlamb.stm just fine.
Strangely, I can only find this file in some obscure format, but not STM.
Quote from: deus-ex on 12 October, 2006, 09:43:05 AMNote: With the current update foo_dumb chokes on the resaved Acidlamb!.stm while it plays the original Acidlamb.stm just fine.Both work here.
Yes, but Acidlamb!.stm plays out of rhythm. Happens also with latest update.
... and whatever you used to resave it didn't catch that.
jumping under trees.it : Order 00, Channel 04, a Trumpet falsely plays until the end of Order 05 (a forgotten virtual channel?) when it should have been silenced at the end of Order 00.
Foo_dumb v0.9.8.1/Foobar2000 crashes when trying to load this Impulsetracker (v2.07) module.
Quote from: kode54 on 14 October, 2006, 02:37:15 PMStrangely, I can only find this file in some obscure format, but not STM.You still haven't answered where can i access that file (obscure format of Boom.stm).
Quote from: deus-ex on 31 October, 2006, 05:01:47 PMQuote from: kode54 on 14 October, 2006, 02:37:15 PMStrangely, I can only find this file in some obscure format, but not STM.You still haven't answered where can i access that file (obscure format of Boom.stm).You can find the file at this page, but I have no idea what format it is, or how to play it.
...used to work previously.
I haven't forgotten about uploading more stuff.. I'm just in another country and the internet is pretty sketchy. I'll setup my system to try to upload more as time permits.
Current foo_dumb fails to load if asked twice.mod which used to work previously.
Elemental Warriors, one of the few timeless (memorable) 669s, by Kenny Chou (C.C. Catch).With the most recent foo_dumb 11/1/06, volume ramping/porta is just wrong. Noticable in the intro, as well as breakdowns (pattern 17 for example) - sorry, but I'm not capable of running COMPOSR669 to get an exact dump. Elemental Warriors 669
I am finding ImpulseTracker Modules showing up as v2.16. Most sound fine, but I am finding some that sound wrong in that some samples aren't playing for are being limited to higher frequencies only.
Another Impulse Tracker issue with latest foo_dumb, foobar2000 0.9.4.2 combo
Nowhere.it by Ballistique crashes Foo_Dumb, used to work previously.
Here are the files in the Mod Archive's end-of-year-2006 update ZIP which don't load in foo_dumb:
In addition to that, are there any plans on supporting the sample compression used in some Impulse Tracker files in foo_dumb? (I've reported issa.it and sj-kboar.it as problematic due to this lack.)
P.S. http://kode54.foobar2000.org/ doesn't list STM in foo_dumb's supported extensions list.
Foo_Dumb refuses to load the module egx-205.xm as beeing corrupted. When resaving this SkaleTracker XM-module with Fasttracker2 it is accepted by Foo_Dumb. XMPlay and MilkyTracker handle the SkaleTracker version fine, though.
Issues reported in Posts #186, #187, #188, #189, #190 and #193 yet remain unsolved/unanswered.
I finally dug up a copy of Composer 669, and while it's not the last version released, the document does explain how effects work.
I don't put things off for days, weeks, months, while I let video games demolish my abundant free time. No, sir.
Ahh, finally. That was a long dry road till the next relase.
Just today it happened that i played mirage.it by Chris Jarvis after a long time again and noticed that beginning at Order 23 there is a sample which continues to play during the following Orders when it shouldn't. I just rechecked with the current release, the issue still remains.
I have uploaded the most recent versions i was able to find of every important Tracker/Player for DOS and Windows platforms to MODLAND. All were repacked to RAR, with useless stuff not belonging to the application removed (e.g. obsolete Board addvertisment).For instance, Composer v1.3 is available here.
As for format documentations, i gathered a well of documents with an eye on most recent versions as well.Composer 669 format descriptions: 1. and 2.
Quote from: kode54 on 24 January, 2007, 10:57:13 AMI don't put things off for days, weeks, months, while I let video games demolish my abundant free time. No, sir. Hahaha, no problem, sir. Well deserved.