[PD] gem problem
marius.schebella at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 19:23:39 CEST 2007
if you get "wrong architecture" that means you are using a gem that was
compiled for another type of cpu.
why don't you go to the page I posted earlier and chose a version that
fits your computer.
if you don't know which computer you have, then look into "about this
mac". processor will say something like 2.33 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo. if it
says intel that means you need a version like "386" or "intel" or
"mactel"... if not, you need a PPC version.
Oded Ben-Tal wrote:
>> anyway, go to your Applications folder and right click on the pd-app.
>> chose "show contents" and then look for Gem.pd_darwin (should be in
>> resources/extra. make a backup of that version (just in case) and put
>> your old gem there instead.
> This doesn't work as I get 'wrong archtecture' error message when I
> start pd. I wonder if the cvs version would work I'll have to compie and
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