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Tonic | Easy and efficient audio synthesis in C | Audio Utils library

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Tonic is a C++ library typically used in Audio, Audio Utils applications. Tonic has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Fast and easy audio synthesis in C++. Prefer coding to patching? Love clean syntax? Care about performance? That’s how we feel too, and why we made Tonic. ~c++ TriangleWave tone1 = TriangleWave(); SineWave tone2 = SineWave(); SineWave vibrato = SineWave().freq(10); SineWave tremolo = SineWave().freq(1);. Generator combinedSignal = (tone1 + tone2) * tremolo;. float baseFreq = 200; tone1.freq(baseFreq + vibrato * 10); tone2.freq(baseFreq * 2 + vibrato * 20); ~. Here look. With Tonic you can create an awesome synthesizer with just a couple lines of code. ~c++ ControlXYSpeed speed = ControlXYSpeed().x(addParameter("x")).y(addParameter("y")); outputGen = RectWave().freq(100).pwm( 0.1 + (SineWave().freq(0.1) + 1) * 0.1) * SineWave().freq(1) >> LPF12().cutoff(100 + 600 * speed); ~. This code creates a rectangle wave oscillator, modulates the timbre of that oscillator by a sine wave, adds some slow tremelo, and sends it through a filter. On top of all that, it maps mouse speed to the cutoff frequency. You can browse more synth examples [here](http://github.com/TonicAudio/Tonic/tree/master/examples/Demo%20Synths).
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  • Tonic has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 428 star(s) with 59 fork(s). There are 41 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 49 open issues and 116 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 74 days. There are 5 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of Tonic is current.
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  • Tonic has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • Tonic code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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  • Tonic is licensed under the Unlicense License. This license is Permissive.
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Tonic Key Features

Easy and efficient audio synthesis in C++

Can't Convert SystemTime to Prost 0.10/Protobuf Timestamp Type

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timestamp: Some(prost_types::Timestamp::from(timestamp))

How to refer to type of impl output in Rust?

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impl GrpcHandler for MyHandler {
    type RespStream = futures::stream::BoxStream<'static, ResponseType>;
    fn get_resp_stream() -> Self::RespStream {
        futures::stream::unfold((), |_| async {
            tokio::time::sleep(tokio::time::Duration::from_secs(1)).await;
            Some((ResponseType {}, ()))
        })
        .boxed()
    }
}
#![feature(type_alias_impl_trait)]

impl GrpcHandler for MyHandler {
    type RespStream = impl futures::Stream<Item = ResponseType> + Send + 'static;
    fn get_resp_stream() -> Self::RespStream {
        futures::stream::unfold((), |_| async {
            tokio::time::sleep(tokio::time::Duration::from_secs(1)).await;
            Some((ResponseType {}, ()))
        })
    }
}
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impl GrpcHandler for MyHandler {
    type RespStream = futures::stream::BoxStream<'static, ResponseType>;
    fn get_resp_stream() -> Self::RespStream {
        futures::stream::unfold((), |_| async {
            tokio::time::sleep(tokio::time::Duration::from_secs(1)).await;
            Some((ResponseType {}, ()))
        })
        .boxed()
    }
}
#![feature(type_alias_impl_trait)]

impl GrpcHandler for MyHandler {
    type RespStream = impl futures::Stream<Item = ResponseType> + Send + 'static;
    fn get_resp_stream() -> Self::RespStream {
        futures::stream::unfold((), |_| async {
            tokio::time::sleep(tokio::time::Duration::from_secs(1)).await;
            Some((ResponseType {}, ()))
        })
    }
}

Sharing a variable with a closure

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fn(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>;
dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>
pub type ReadWriteSteamingCommandprocessor = Box<dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>>;
shell: Some(Box::new(|command| {
            commands.borrow_mut().push(command);
            Ok(())
        }))
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fn(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>;
dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>
pub type ReadWriteSteamingCommandprocessor = Box<dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>>;
shell: Some(Box::new(|command| {
            commands.borrow_mut().push(command);
            Ok(())
        }))
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fn(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>;
dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>
pub type ReadWriteSteamingCommandprocessor = Box<dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>>;
shell: Some(Box::new(|command| {
            commands.borrow_mut().push(command);
            Ok(())
        }))
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fn(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>;
dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>
pub type ReadWriteSteamingCommandprocessor = Box<dyn FnMut(Box<ReadWriteStreamingCommand>) -> Result<(), Box<dyn Error>>>;
shell: Some(Box::new(|command| {
            commands.borrow_mut().push(command);
            Ok(())
        }))

Unable to acquire the right form of ownership to repository

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pub struct SlaveServer {
    slave_repo: Arc<RWLock<SlaveRepository>>
}
        // skipped for brevity
        let mut lock_guard = self.slave_repo
            .write()
            .await;

        lock_quard.add_slave(
            Slave {
                mac_address: req.mac_address.clone()
            }
        );
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pub struct SlaveServer {
    slave_repo: Arc<RWLock<SlaveRepository>>
}
        // skipped for brevity
        let mut lock_guard = self.slave_repo
            .write()
            .await;

        lock_quard.add_slave(
            Slave {
                mac_address: req.mac_address.clone()
            }
        );

PY Chatbot Repeating user input prompt

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print("Hello " + User_Name + """. 
Tonic is a simple Python chatbot made in order to test things such as boolean logic
and variable definition.
(Also remember to speak to the bot in lowercase, without punctuation.)""")
while (str1 != "quit"): # You need an exit condition here
    str1 = input("Say something: ")
    #"hello" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "hello" in str1:
        print("Hi " + User_Name + "! (I read this as the 'hello' greeting.")
    #"hi" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "hi" in str1:
        print("Hi " + User_Name + "! (I read this as the 'hi' greeting.")
    #"how are you?" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "how are you" in str1:
        print("good, how about you? (I read this as you asking 'how are you'.)")
        mood = input("Enter Mood: ")
        if "good" in mood:
            print("Nice to hear " + User_Name + "! (I read this as you being in a good mood.)")
        if "bad" in mood:
            print("I hope you feel better soon, " + User_Name + "! (I read this as you being in a bad mood.)")
    #"name length" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "name length" in str1:
        print( "Your name is " + len(User_Name) + "letters long. (I read this as you asking how long your name is.")
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print("Hello " + User_Name + """. 
Tonic is a simple Python chatbot made in order to test things such as boolean logic
and variable definition.
(Also remember to speak to the bot in lowercase, without punctuation.)""")
while 1 == 1:
    str1 = input("Say something: ")
    #"hello" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "hello" in str1:
        print("Hi " + User_Name + "! (I read this as the 'hello' greeting.");
        
    #"hi" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "hi" in str1:
        print("Hi " + User_Name + "! (I read this as the 'hi' greeting.");
    #"how are you?" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "how are you" in str1:
        print("good, how about you? (I read this as you asking 'how are you'.)")
    mood = input("Enter Mood: ")
    if "good" in mood:
       print("Nice to hear " + User_Name + "! (I read this as you being in a good mood.)");
    if "bad" in mood:
       print("I hope you feel better soon, " + User_Name + "! (I read this as you being in a bad mood.)");
    #"name length" //////////////////////////////////////////
    if "name length" in str1:
        print( "Your name is " + str(len(User_Name)) + "letters long. (I read this as you asking how long your name is.");
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from prsaw import RandomStuff

random = RandomStuffV2()

str1 = input("message: ")

response = random.get_ai_response(str1)
print(response)

How do i check if a property of any dict in a list matches any string from another list?

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>>> l = []
>>> for i in drink_list:
...   if i['name'] in str_list:
...     l.append(i['name'])
... 
>>> l
['Gin & Tonic']
l.append(i)
>>> [i['name'] for i in drink_list if i['name'] in str_list]
['Gin & Tonic']
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>>> l = []
>>> for i in drink_list:
...   if i['name'] in str_list:
...     l.append(i['name'])
... 
>>> l
['Gin & Tonic']
l.append(i)
>>> [i['name'] for i in drink_list if i['name'] in str_list]
['Gin & Tonic']
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>>> l = []
>>> for i in drink_list:
...   if i['name'] in str_list:
...     l.append(i['name'])
... 
>>> l
['Gin & Tonic']
l.append(i)
>>> [i['name'] for i in drink_list if i['name'] in str_list]
['Gin & Tonic']
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    drink_list = [
        {
            "name": "Rum & Coke",
            "ingredients": {
                "rum": 50,
                "coke": 150
            }
        }, {
            "name": "Gin & Tonic",
            "ingredients": {
                "gin": 50,
                "tonic": 150
            }
        }]
    str_list = ['Gin & Tonic', 'Rum & Coke', 'Daquiri']

    // make an empty list
    found_list = []
    
   // iterate over drink_list and check if value is in str_list or not
    for drink in drink_list:
        if drink["name"] in str_list:   
            found_list.append(drink["name"]) // append matched value in found_list
    
    print(found_list) // prints desired output in list

Yield CSV row as list of complex list comprehension with if statements

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yield [
    int(x)
    if x.isnumeric() else float(x)
    if x.replace('.','',1).isdigit() else x
    for x in row
]
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def is_float(element) -> bool:
    try:
        float(element)
        return True
    except ValueError:
        return False

def all_values(file):
    with open(file, "r") as file_open:
        reader = csv.reader(file_open)
        for row in reader:
            yield [
                    int(x)
                    if x.isnumeric() else float(x)
                    if is_float(x) else x
                    for x in row
            ]

How to loop url in array and print css selector element in driver, Python Selenium

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urls=["https://shopee.com.my/Pantene-Shampoo-750ml-i.52968176.7669592698/","https://shopee.com.my/PureMAE-Ylang-Ylang-and-Grapefruit-Shampoo-250ML-i.238433989.4820842024/","https://shopee.com.my/-JULYME-Anti-Hair-Loss-Perfume-Hair-Shampoo-500ml-i.219158269.6815232839/"]

driver = webdriver.Chrome('/Users/YOURNAME/Desktop/chromedriver')

#for every url in the list of urls
try:
    for url in urls:
        driver.get(url)
        print(driver.find_element_by_css_selector('div.aca9MM').text)

except:
    print("error")    
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error
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urls=["https://shopee.com.my/Pantene-Shampoo-750ml-i.52968176.7669592698/","https://shopee.com.my/PureMAE-Ylang-Ylang-and-Grapefruit-Shampoo-250ML-i.238433989.4820842024/","https://shopee.com.my/-JULYME-Anti-Hair-Loss-Perfume-Hair-Shampoo-500ml-i.219158269.6815232839/"]

driver = webdriver.Chrome('/Users/YOURNAME/Desktop/chromedriver')

#for every url in the list of urls
try:
    for url in urls:
        driver.get(url)
        print(driver.find_element_by_css_selector('div.aca9MM').text)

except:
    print("error")    
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Create a list of DropDownMenuItem from a Map

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 DropdownButton<String?>(
        value: drinkNameToImage.keys.elementAt(0),
        items: List.generate(
          drinkNameToImage.length,
          (int index) {
            return DropdownMenuItem<String>(
              value: drinkNameToImage.keys.elementAt(index),
              child: Container(
                padding: const EdgeInsets.only(bottom: 5.0),
                height: 100.0,
                child: Row(
                  mainAxisAlignment: MainAxisAlignment.spaceEvenly,
                  children: <Widget>[
                     Image(
                      image: AssetImage(
                        drinkNameToImage.values.elementAt(index),
                      ),
                    ),
                    Text(
                      drinkNameToImage.keys.elementAt(index),
                    )
                  ],
                ),
              ),
            );
          },
        ),
        onChanged: (v) {},
      ),

Retrieving the request body in a tower layer to sign GRPC requests

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    fn call(&mut self, request: Request<BoxBody>) -> Self::Future 
let mut request = request; 
let request_body = request.body_mut(); 
let body = request_body.data();
    fn call(&mut self, mut request: Request<BoxBody>) -> Self::Future 
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    fn call(&mut self, request: Request<BoxBody>) -> Self::Future 
let mut request = request; 
let request_body = request.body_mut(); 
let body = request_body.data();
    fn call(&mut self, mut request: Request<BoxBody>) -> Self::Future 
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    fn call(&mut self, request: Request<BoxBody>) -> Self::Future 
let mut request = request; 
let request_body = request.body_mut(); 
let body = request_body.data();
    fn call(&mut self, mut request: Request<BoxBody>) -> Self::Future 

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on Tonic
  • Can't Convert SystemTime to Prost 0.10/Protobuf Timestamp Type
  • How to refer to type of impl output in Rust?
  • Sharing a variable with a closure
  • Unable to acquire the right form of ownership to repository
  • PY Chatbot Repeating user input prompt
  • How do i check if a property of any dict in a list matches any string from another list?
  • Yield CSV row as list of complex list comprehension with if statements
  • Use trait blanket implementation to restrict type trait bounds in Rust?
  • How to loop url in array and print css selector element in driver, Python Selenium
  • Create a list of DropDownMenuItem from a Map
Trending Discussions on Tonic

QUESTION

Can't Convert SystemTime to Prost 0.10/Protobuf Timestamp Type

Asked 2022-Apr-15 at 09:45

Can somebody tell me what is happening with the types in tonic and prost? Only a month or two ago, my team had a working build that used a protobuf definition that contained a timestamp. We're compiling them with tonic_build using well known types. Something changed with the types moving from prost 0.7 to 0.10 and now I get this error.

timestamp: Some(timestamp.into()),
                          ^^^^ the trait `From<SystemTime>` is not implemented for `protobuf::Timestamp`

So I used a few lines to convert the type to what I thought was the correct type from the protobuf crate and then got this.

timestamp: Some(timestamp.into()),
                          ^^^^ the trait `From<protobuf::well_known_types::Timestamp>` is not implemented for `protobuf::Timestamp`

I tried importing Timestamp from the protobuf crate, but that type doesn't exist in the root and it is apparently different from protobuf::well_known_types::Timestamp and I can't find what crate or version this type is coming from.

And then finally, if I allow tonic_build to use prost_types, I get this error instead.

timestamp: Some(timestamp.into()),
                          ^^^^ the trait `From<protobuf::well_known_types::Timestamp>` is not implemented for `prost_types::Timestamp`

I am able to import that type, but the documentation on it is confusing, so I haven't figured out how to convert the original SystemTime into the prost_type::Timestamp.

In short, I keep looking but I can't find the correct Timestamp type. I read somewhere that having the correct versions of these crates so they line up correctly is important. Can someone help me figure out how to find the correct type and crate versions?

Thank you so much.

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Apr-15 at 09:45
timestamp: Some(prost_types::Timestamp::from(timestamp))

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71880316

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