[squeak-dev] use "FileDirectory slash" when reading SampledInstrument

tim Rowledge tim at rowledge.org
Sat Feb 5 01:30:44 UTC 2022

Hah! That method is so old that it almost certainly hasn't been touched since the original exceedingly Mac OS (pre OSX!) focussed Squeak release. Remember, old Mac OS used : for directories.

Now, if you find some method of a similar vintage using a . then that would be one that had my had in it and was focused on RISC OS. If you don't know what RISC OS is I suggest you don't ask because then I'd have to bore you to death with explanations of how superior an OS it was/is and how the Sekrit Forces of the Dumminati prevented it from dominating the world.

> On 2022-02-04, at 5:20 PM, David O'Toole <deeteeoh1138 at gmail.com> wrote:
> For some reason this method uses a colon as a path separator. I updated it to use "FileDirectory slash".
> I may need to update the other SampledInstrument class side methods as well, they do the same thing. 
> I think I have found an issue with the AIFF reader's reading of loop points, I'm debugging now and will send a separate message. 
> <SampledInstrument class-readSimpleInstrumentfromDirectory.st>

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