[PD] Getting system time from an object
marius.schebella at gmail.com
Sat Oct 20 14:34:51 CEST 2007
or see http://www.parasitaere-kapazitaeten.net/Pd/pdobjects
I used this to create parts of pdpedia. and it is not compete...
Batuhan Bozkurt wrote:
> 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?
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