This is my first post here. I was adviced from other Steinberg forums to post here, because there is a strange issue with my plug-in.
Plug-in works out fine and perfectly when it is used, but once it’s removed from a track and I attempt to add any sort of a new track, Cubase crashes and I am not able to track it down. Maybe devs in here could point me to right direction?
I’ve mentioned this in the Steinberg forums too: this issue is Cubase specific. Studio One, Reason, Reaper, Live… They all work without issues.
Here is my post from the Steinberg forums: https://www.steinberg.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=253&t=199477
I ran vst2xscanner with following results:
<vst2xplugin> <path> /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/Mystery Islands Music/JP-80x0 Editor x64.vst </path> <subCategory> Instrument </subCategory> <cid> 565354343465306A702D383078302065 </cid> <editorCid> 565345343465306A702D383078302065 </editorCid> <name> JP-80x0 Editor x64 </name> <vendor> Mystery Islands Music </vendor> <sdkVersion> VST 2.4 </sdkVersion> <vendorVersion> 220.127.116.11 </vendorVersion> <latencySamples> 128 </latencySamples> <canDoublePrecision> 1 </canDoublePrecision> <audioInputBusCount> 1 </audioInputBusCount> <audioOutputBusCount> 1 </audioOutputBusCount> <mainAudioInputArr> 3 </mainAudioInputArr> <mainAudioOutputArr> 3 </mainAudioOutputArr> </vst2xplugin>
…and vstscanner with following results:
<plugin> <path> /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/VST/Mystery Islands Music/JP-80x0 Editor x64.vst </path> <error> Bundle does not export the required 'bundleEntry' function </error> </plugin>
My build target is set to 10.9 (I know I know, but there are so manu users still stuck with the old systems…)
I hope someone could give me a hint why this is happening.