[annodex-users] Python annodex - writing a clip problem
benjl at cse.unsw.edu.au
Tue Aug 1 13:45:31 UTC 2006
On Thu Jul 27, 2006 at 13:54:48 +1000, Denis Crowdy wrote:
>I am getting my head around python-annodex to improve a marking up
>utility I'm writing for annodex files (I'm building an archive of field
>and other recordings). All of the reading examples work fine - but when
>I try and run write_clip_file.py with a cmml file as input, and anx file
>as output, it segfaults. I'm using the version in the package for
>Ubuntu Dapper - 0.7.3. I can get the C version that comes with
>libannodex to run to completion, although the output file has a length
>of zero given the same inputs.
>Have tried to access http://svn.annodex.net to have a look for any more
>recent source, but can't get access for some reason.
>I have also tried stepping through the code in the python interpreter,
>with the same results.
>95% chance I'm doing something stupid, so any help greatly appreciated.
>Structure of my cmml files perhaps? They work OK with anxenc so I'm a
I've just tried to reproduce the bug on my setup. I'm using libcmml 0.9.2
and libannodex 0.7.3 (+ a two-line patch).
Can you please give me some details about exact versions? I'll try and reproduce
on an Ubuntu box if I can find one.
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