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Printarray opcode

Does anyone know the reason why the new printarray opcode doesn’t work in Cabbage (or CsoundQT for that matter)? It’s like the syntax colouring doesn’t recognise it as an opcode either. No errors get thrown; it’s like it doesn’t exist! simple example:

instr 2
    iTestArr[] fillarray 1, 2, 3, 4
    printarray iTestArr

Running in Terminal prints it fine. Oh and what is emugens? (“Plugin opcode in emugens” from the printarray help file)


I’m seeing the same issue here. Strange, I’m not sure why this is the case. emugens refers to the source file this opcode is declared in. It’s call emugens.c. If there is a problem with this opcode on the Csound side it’s likely to be in that source file. But this could also be an issue with the frontends. I’ll take a look when I get a chance.