[Jack-Devel] JACK library on Windows causes crash if used within an ASLR application

Mechamania cor at mechamania.nl
Sun Sep 8 17:11:25 CEST 2019

Hi guys,

So if I understand correctly, JACK does not work with Windows 10 if ASLR 
is enabled.

What is ASLR? Is this the Address Space Layout Randomization feature of 
Windows? If so, Can it be disabled so that we can use JACK on Windows 10?

If we write our own application to connect to JACK, will that be a 
problem too?

On 05/09/2019 15:45, Filipe Coelho wrote:
> On 05.09.2019 14:18, Jörg Müller wrote:
>> Is somebody of the JACK devs aware of that PR and looking into it?
> I am aware of it, but am not doing any work on Windows related things 
> at the moment.
> Fixing the last details about metadata comes first, so 1.9.13 can be 
> released.
> And afterwards there is importing internal clients and latest things 
> from jack1, so we can have feature parity.
> Only after this (at least on my side) I will begin to take a look at 
> win/macos issues.
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