[PD-dev] [cvs] New dev for SF

cyrille.henry cyrille.henry at la-kitchen.fr
Mon Mar 15 13:18:24 CET 2004

3 reply in 1 mails...

Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:

> I am very excited to have your code included in the CVS since I plan on 
> using them shortly.  I'll definitely add them to the next MacOS X and 
> Windows installers.


>  Do you know of any patch that uses the physical 
> models attached to input devices, like a mouse or joystick?
a few patch on the exemples are using external input.
it's very simple, but the 08_ball allow the mouse to drag the ball.

all the exemples can be connected to sensor or other type of external
device by ether :
-displace position of "fixed" masses
-send forces to some mass

Frank Barknecht wrote:

  > I have no idea why it didn't work for Cyrille the first time. Maybe
  > the account wasn't switched on yet?
  > Or maybe it's indeed a permissions
  > thing, in that Cyrille isn't allowed to "import". Then the "cvs add"
  > approach, which is quite a bit longer, would be worth a try.

does not change anything.

guenter geiger a écrit:

 > Its strange, seems that your account is not enabled. To test your
 > account/password combination you could try to do a checkout
 > as developer. If this works, then there is something strange going
 > on.

ok, I tried :
cvs -z3 -d:ext:nusmuk at cvs.pure-data.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/pure-data
   co externals
and got the same result : I can not login,  invalid password.

it look like i've got a wrong password, but I tried there :


to log on sourceforge and I don't have any problem.

I remove everyting to have another tried.
a cvs externals update gives me an error :

cvs server: Updating externals/grill/vasp
cvs server: Updating externals/grill/vasp/doc
cvs server: Updating externals/grill/vasp/max
U externals/grill/vasp/max/vasp.mean?
cvs [update aborted]: cannot rename file .new.vasp.mean to vasp.mean?: 
Invalid argument

I think it's independent to the rest of my problem, but I just wanted to 
noticed it...

As I don't have lot's of time to spend on my cvs problem, can anybody 
else add pmpd on the cvs?
(sources and exemples are still here : 
http://drpichon.free.fr/pmpd/download/ )

thanks a lot everybody,


> "cvs import" is used for starting a new module, like 'externals' or 
> 'pd', at the root of the CVS.  You just need to "cvs add" your directory 
> and folders.  Here's how I work with the pure-data CVS:
> mkdir ~/cvs
> cd ~/cvs
> export CVS_RSH=ssh
> export CVSROOT=":ext:eighthave at cvs.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/pure-data"
> cvs checkout pd
> cvs checkout externals
> cd externals
> cp -a /path/to/pmpd .
> cvs add pmpd
> cd pmpd
> cvs add *.c
> cvs commit -m "this is a comment about the changes I made in this commit"
> (a lot of externals include m_pd.h, m_imp.h, etc. from the pd src, 
> that's why its good to check it out also, even if you are not going to 
> use it at all).
> .hc
> On Saturday, Mar 13, 2004, at 11:15 America/New_York, cyrille.henry wrote:
>> thanks Frank,
>> I'm triing to add pmpd to the cvs, but I've got a problem to log with my
>> new acount.
>> I'm doing what's on pd page on sourceforge :
>> [cyrille at nunux cyrille]$ export CVS_RSH=ssh
>> [cyrille at nunux cyrille]$ cvs -z3
>> -d:ext:nusmuk at cvs.pure-data.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/pure-data import
>> externals/pmpd nusmuk source-dist
>> nusmuk at cvs.pure-data.sourceforge.net's password:
>> Permission denied, please try again.
>> i'm using the nusmuk user acount password.
>> I'm not really familiar with cvs, so I don't really know what I should
>> do...
>> maybee someone can help?
>> thanks a lot
>> cyrille
>> Frank Barknecht a écrit:
>>> Hallo,
>>> just a short note for those interested: I added Cyrille Henry as
>>> developer ("nusmuk") to the SF.net repository. Expect the loads of
>>> fun, I already have with "pmpd - Physical Modelling for pd", in your
>>> CVS soon as well. ;)
>>> ciao
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