[PD] pd extended development
marius.schebella at gmail.com
Wed Apr 16 19:23:47 CEST 2008
Frank Barknecht wrote:
> marius schebella hat gesagt: // marius schebella wrote:
>> sorry, I still don't know exactly what you mean. I think it is the only
>> solution to keep libraries in subfolders if we want to solve
>> nameclashes. but even if in subfolders, they should be accessible as
>> list-abs and not list-abs/list-abs.
> Huh? Nameclashes have nothing to do with subfolders per se. A nameclash
> is, when two objects have the same name registered in Pd but act
> differently. Folders are a way to organize files in a filesystem
>> the thing that I was complaining so loudly is that pd-extended ships all
>> these libraries but does not add the paths.
> Yes, that's exactly what I mean: Many people would like every
> objectclass to be global.
but that is not a problem for pd-extended users (and I want to solve the
pd-extended problems here), as long as you can overrule the global
namespace with a local namespace.
pd-extended would provide a default object for every nameclash.
If you have old patches that were using objects, that are not the
default in pd-extended you would have to add a declare to your patch. or
explicitely call them as mynondefaultlib/abs~.
am I wrong?
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