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

Ben Bogart bbogart at ryerson.ca
Sat Apr 26 18:05:10 CEST 2003

This makes a lot of sense to me in the long run.

Mark, why was markEx merged into Gem originally?


Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> 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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