norns: update 221214

use SYSTEM > UPDATE while connected to the internet

  • note: 220306 is required, otherwise you will not be able to complete this update – maiden will alert you that a new image is necessary and you will see that your version number hasn’t changed on the SELECT / SYSTEM / SLEEP screen.

norns 2.7.3

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  • fix logrotate
  • fix maiden-repl installation

docs and api have been updated!

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woohoo! great to see the preview for Tape implemented :smiley:

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YES! I’ve wanted this for so long.
Thanks!

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Super stoked to have contributed a little to the core for this update :smiley:

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omg 20 chars of thank you :slight_smile:

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woohoo! thanks for all the time and effort, everyone! :partying_face: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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i’m not sure, if something went during installation or if this is a bug. I’m on a shields and after the update, the level meters for out & in are not working anymore

guh, this sounds like something my PR might have introduced…

met me check if i reproduce.

EDIT: negative, my stuff unly concerned keyboard and not encoders code.

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works fine here. any errors in maiden? try SYSTEM > RESET and turn off all mods

20 characters of Will check tomorrow

20 characters of thank you!

Just updated my 211028 shield, and out/in meters are working fine.

Not sure if something went wrong while updating, but trying to use maiden-repl now throws me this error.

[fatal] exec: "maiden-repl": executable file not found in $PATH

A reset and disabling the mods did the trick.

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Yes I get this too until I intervene in $PATH or make symlinks. It is in ~/norns/build/maiden-repl/maiden-repl (sorry ^1 for unixtalk).

^1 not sorry :wink:

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ack, the setup script was supposed to copy it to ~/bin/ (which is in the path) — could’ve sworn it tested good, but clearly something went wrong.

fix from maiden:

os.execute("sudo cp ~/norns/build/maiden-repl/maiden-repl ~/bin/")

(will make another try in the next update, sorry everyone)

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Loving the tape preview feature this update introduced! Noting here that if one has preview running on a file and scrolls to select and preview another file without turning preview on the first file off first, tape playback gets broken until restart.

Edit: Another breaking behavior appears to be turning the preview on and off too fast. So if for instance we are previewing one shot samples or some such and want to hear the sample a few times, you need to be a little careful with encoder 3 not to trigger on and off too rapidly.

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huge thanks to @alanza for the lattice updates. she lead an incredibly thorough and comprehensive refactor.

patterns are now called sprockets!

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huh, very strange, I can reproduce this. I didn’t realize tape was so brittle! I’ll see if I can put together a fix.

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hey, happy to have just now rejoined the stock norns club :slight_smile:
anyone seen this “error in error handling”? first time i’ve run into it.

>> reading PMAP /home/we/dust/data/kz/kz.pmap
m.read: /home/we/dust/data/kz/kz.pmap not read, using defaults.
Engine.register_commands; count: 0
___ engine commands ___
___ polls ___
amp_in_l
amp_in_r
amp_out_l
amp_out_r
cpu_avg
cpu_peak
pitch_in_l
pitch_in_r
# script init
### SCRIPT ERROR: init
error in error handling

so i’m not getting any kind of useful error message.

possibly unrelated - i’m getting this error

192.168.1.22 ~ $ maiden repl
[fatal] exec: "maiden-repl": executable file not found in $PATH

when trying to launch terminal maiden as documented here: maiden | monome/docs

i’m quite rusty on my unix atm so i’d love a reminder on how to edit $PATH / where to point it.

thanks for any pointers :))