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Re: Introducing the Rear Window blog
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I've just published a new post on my blog in which I share some details about how I implemented the Undo feature in Rave. Enjoy the read!

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I just found some time to read the latest of your blog posts. Thank you for sharing all this information.
What I would like to ask is if you save in Undo only the part that is changed or the whole sample in its previous state. I guess this would make a huge difference in big samples and the used amount of memory, right?

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Thanks for reading!

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What I would like to ask is if you save in Undo only the part that is changed or the whole sample in its previous state.

Of course Rave only saves the damaged part, not the entire sample.

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Nice read about ExMem. Wish it can be used a little bit more transparent for developers (like, you just replace malloc() with it, and be done :) )

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Nice read about ExMem. Wish it can be used a little bit more transparent for developers (like, you just replace malloc() with it, and be done :) )

Maybe one day

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@trixie
Finally got a chance to read the blog. Thanks for writing the blogs. They are enjoyable and informative. Now to get some time to try out the undo feature. Rave will now be my "go to" sound editor.

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I'm glad that you enjoyed the article...

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Rave will now be my "go to" sound editor.

... and I'm even gladder to read this In the meantime, work is continuing on version 1.4, which will come out in late October.

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