[PD-dev] moving GEM's non-graphic objects to pure-data.sf.net CVS

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sat Apr 26 17:46:20 CEST 2003

I often use GEM object like [alternate] and [oneshot]
in all sorts of patches, but I don't always have GEM installed on all the
machines I work on (esp on Debian since pd-gem isn't apt-gettable
AFAIK).  So I was thinking that it might make sense to move the general
objects in GEM (most of the ones in src/MarkEx) to the pure-data.sf.net
CVS so that they can be included as part of the pd-externals grand package
of all externals than don't have lib dependencies.  This would also make
sense since the rest of GEM has lots of dependencies.

I'll do the work of putting them in to pure-data CVS, under markex,  if
people think this is worthwhile.  It looks like every object in src/MarkEx 
except hsvrgb are free of anything but the most basic deps (<math.h>, 
<stdio.h>, <stdlib.h>)

This would also have the added benefit of dealing with two name conflicts
[counter] and [change].



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