The ARSC API has a debugging mode that can be turned on by setting environment variables.
Originally this was specific only to ASIO, but new ties have been added to the DLL
functions and the windows API.
There are two environment variables. It is recommended that you set these as
System Variables rather than for the current user. The environment variables are:
Set this variable to an existing directory, e.g. C:\JUNK\. Debug
output files will be written to this directory.
This is a numeric quantity based upon the following bitwise -or- values:
|1||Textual debug information|
|2||Dumps ASIO channel 0 input and output in 4 byte integer format for plotting.|
|4||Dumps ASIO channel 1 input and output in 4 byte integer format for plotting.|
|8||Dumps ASIO channel switches for plotting.|
In general, you will want to set ARSC_DEBUG_FLAGS to 1 to see debugging information or
0 to turn it off. Higher values are for dumping raw ASIO values for the
purpose of plotting.