I'm constructing a PD patch for a uni assignment, but in the process of tinkering with my patch I've managed to create some kind of infinite feedback loop; the console says "error: stack overflow". My problem now is that I can't open the patch to get rid of the error; it simply freezes and doesn't open. Other patches work fine. I've got a few loadbangs initialising some parameters in so I put "noloadbang" in the startup flags, but it says "noloadbang: can't load library" on opening PD.
I could just start again and build it from scratch, but I'd rather not... any suggestions on how I can get at my patch to fix it?
Using Windows 7 on a Dell laptop, "pd version 0.42.5-extended"
Made an error in a patch and now it won't open for me to fix...
you can open your patch in a texteditor, delete or rename [lodbang-off] all your loadbangs.
Now you can open your patch in pd and fix it.
thanks mate, will give that a try
Update: did the above, turned the loadbangs off and managed to fix it, thanks very much
pd -open yourpatch.pd -noloadbang