[PD] newbie question: how to install patches on mac os x?
hans at eds.org
Wed May 17 21:13:58 CEST 2006
You'll be better off if you don't modify the package. Then you can
easily upgrade without worrying about tracking the changes that you
might have made. Instead, you should choose a folder to install your
own stuff, and add your patches there. Something like ~/Library/Pd/
extra and ~/Library/Pd/help.
Then they'll still be there when you upgrade your Pd.app.
On May 17, 2006, at 6:32 PM, hard off wrote:
> by the way, if you're using the os x package, you have to right click
> on the icon and select "show package contents" to get into the
> directory folder. then you open "resources"..the "extra" folder is in
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