[PD] gem problem

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Oct 10 16:22:06 CEST 2007

Pd-extended is using the latest CVS files.  Sounds like a bug, please  
add it to the tracker.


On Oct 8, 2007, at 12:40 PM, marius schebella wrote:

> I just found a working version at http://gem.iem.at/releases/0.91
> the version gem-CVS20070605-OSX-i686-bin-doc.tar.gz
> strange, the pd-extended version is newer, but not working. so maybe
> pd-extended is not using the latest cvs files???
> marius.
> marius schebella wrote:
>> which gem version do you have, that can handle macs uyvy format
>> correctly? I tried old versions, but had not luck.
>> 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.
>> marius.
>> Oded Ben-Tal wrote:
>>>> the color problem is a bug in the current gem version (I have the
>>>> same problem). You can try to take the old gemversion you were  
>>>> using
>>>> before and replace the buggy one.
>>> Is there a simple way to take Gem from the pd-extended instalation
>>> that where it works, and stick it in the Pd-extended instalation  
>>> where
>>> it doesn't? I was looking through the directory where pd is intalled
>>> and couldn't find an obvious place
>>>  (I'm very new to mac so I'm still struggling with where  
>>> everything is
>>> and how to make changes. I looked for compiled versions of Gem and
>>> there aren't many for mac, and I can't even see which version of Gem
>>> is the one that's working because loading the old pd creates  
>>> problems
>>> with new pd).
>>>> the problem with demux is, that it is an abbreviation for
>>>> demultiplex, and
>>> I don' think I am using demux in that patch.
>>> Oded
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