[PD] Getting system time from an object

Batuhan Bozkurt batuhan at batuhanbozkurt.com
Fri Oct 19 20:07:44 CEST 2007

Thanks Martin, I do know about pdpedia.

What I was asking was an offline and single (big) page of digital 
document which had names of most of the objects and their descriptions 
in short sentences near them, probably a single line for a single object 
that you can skim through, something you will see just like when you 
right click on an empty canvas and select "help". Try clicking that and 
it will  amaze you.

Thanks anyways.

Martin Ahnelöv wrote:
> fre 2007-10-19 klockan 18:14 +0300 skrev Batuhan Bozkurt:
>> Thanks I have a happy friend now.
>> The Max/MSP reference manual has a facility at end that has a list of 
>> all the objects and their descriptions, usually one little sentence per 
>> object. Is there anything like this available for PD? The core objects 
>> can be seen by the help reached from the help and I know that it is hard 
>> to maintain such a thing with a growing list of externals as in 
>> PD-extended package. But I'm asking anyways as even an incomplete list 
>> of descriptions of extended object list that is put together would 
>> suffice I think. This becomes a problem for me too, sometimes. I happen 
>> to be sure that an object doing a particular job exists but I just don't 
>> know the name. The mailing list definitely helps(as I got an answer 
>> within a couple of minutes! Thanks!). But searching keywords from such a 
>> list would point to the right direction easily I think.
> What's the url to pdpedia again? wiki.puredata.info ? www.pdpedia.org ,
> something like that?
> Gasten

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