Jeanette and Forest,
Sadly, the cpumeter opcode does not work on Mac or Windows Csound only Linux. We need one for the Mac,
or maybe one that runs in Cabbage? or one that runs in CsoundQt?
It seems that the cpuprc opcode does run on the mac, but it is more like maxalloc - to make sure things don’t overload the system.
When checking things, I often use the clockon and clockoff opcodes
But, I think it would be useful to have some sort of CPU statistics, even of only measured on Linux Csound, posted in the manual, that would give Csound designers, Cabbage VST and AU plugin and stand-alone developers, Bela and RaspberryPi embedders, WebAudio Csocialites and NFT minters, LiveCoders, and QuiBit Nebulae users (OK… everyone!) some idea of how demanding one or another Csound opcode might be.
(When I Zoom with John ffitch on Tuesday, I will see if he might not want to write something that would measure the CPU load of all opcodes in Csound on a given system and with a given number of cores or …)
Menno, don’t you think this might be nice to have in the manual?
Rory, don’t you think that this might be nice to have in the Cabbage IDE? (as well as a set of displays - in the IDE)
Steven and Hlöðver, don’t you think that this would be nice to have in Web Csound? (a little CPU meter in the menu)
Tarmo, don’t you think this would be nice to have in CsoundQt - a little CPU meter in the menu bar?