[PD-dev] CVS account submission
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Sat Feb 4 05:48:12 CET 2006
Well, that's why I sent this email. :-) Let's say a few words about
I am most often read on the #dataflow channel on IRC... I live in
Montréal where I attend most PdMtl meetings. With PD, I do mostly
musical algorythms for myself and Gem VJ pathes for performances. I am
currently learning Gridflow. What I want to add to the CVS are
abstractions and a few externals, as I am learning C.
[concat] is different from [list2symbol] because it doesn't need to be
initialized with a null symbol (!!) in order to concatenates atoms. If
you don't wnt it to be in the CVS, it doesn't have to, but I find this
name meaningful. It's just a way not to use [makefilename] for simply
I will put my externals and abstractions in a directory named "muzaq", I
think. I am hesitating between a set of externals, or a library. Is
there some neat points that would make me choose such a format instead
of several C files ?
Hans-Christoph Steiner a écrit :
> The standard procedure is to send an email to this list introducing
> yourself to us all, whatever you want to tell us about you and what
> you do with Pd.
> Then we wait a few days to see if there are any objections. If not,
> you're added.
> On Feb 3, 2006, at 2:48 AM, Alexandre Quessy wrote:
>> I would like to get a CVS account. My user id is alexandrequessy. I
>> to submit my abstractions and externals : muzaq. I have currently two
>> externals : matches is for pcre regular expressions matching (require
>> libpcre) and concat is for concatening lists into symbols. More to
>> My abstractions are mostly musical algorythms.
>> Some info can be found at the two URL below. Some of it is in french.
>> -- Alexandre Quessy
>> La parole nous a été donnée pour déguiser notre pensée.
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