[PD-dev] CVS now handles binaries
geiger at xdv.org
Fri Dec 6 16:05:55 CET 2002
To repeat that and make it clear.
The idea of the CVS is exactly what you suggest.
Making it easier for the user to access the pd externals.
But, there will not be binaries in the CVS, but we will do file releases.
Another goal of the CVS is to attempt to establish some sort of
There may be a moment when I am able to make the build system for windows
and OSX, and try to clean up documentation etc. After that there will be
The problem is that up to now I could only do the linux build system,
because of lack of time. Until now noone stepped forward to do
the build system for other architectures. This means we have to wait
until I find the time to do that.
Same for going through documentation, etc, etc
On Fri, 6 Dec 2002, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> We could do that, but I don't think it would be a good use of CVS. I
> think pure-data.sf.net project is nearing the point of releasing files,
> but nothing has been yet.
> CVS binary handling is for .wav files, .jpgs, etc., files that are used
> in example patches and stuff like that.
> Once some binaries are ready, I am sure they'll be put up on the
> 'Files' section of the SourceForge site.
> On Thursday, Dec 5, 2002, at 06:04 America/New_York, Johannes Taelman
> > Does that mean that we can have a module in cvs with all win32
> > externals and
> > library dll's along with their documentation? Or even a complete
> > extended PD
> > distribution (with a complete list of objects documented somewhere).
> > I think this would be useful for many people (including me). It takes
> > a lot
> > of time to search the net for externals/libraries, find the most
> > recent and
> > compiled version, and then unpack+install it.
> > Or am I missing something that is already available?
> > thanks
> > j#|@
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