[PD-dev] -guiport vs other arguments

Miller Puckette mpuckett at imusic1.ucsd.edu
Tue Jan 13 01:27:15 CET 2009

Hmm, over here it does this:

[msp at slash src]$ pd -guiport 5600 
connecting stream socket: Connection refused (111)
[msp at slash src]$ 

This seems correct, since there wasn't anybody listening on port 5600.

On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 07:15:48PM -0500, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> So I have startup in both directions working,  ('pd.tk' starts 'pd',  
> and 'pd' starts 'pd.tk').  This means you can choose which wish shell  
> to use on any platform, and it'll use that one.  Here's how:
> wish /path/to/pd.tk
> This means you can easily use any 'wish' and run Pd with it. It also  
> makes it possible on Mac OS X to run pd in the Pd.app Aqua GUI, or run  
> it in the wish X11 GUI.   Hopefully it makes the code cleaner too,  
> much fewer #ifdefs.
> Now I have a question: it seems that if I start 'pd' with -guiport,  
> then it seems to ignore any other command line arguments and dumps the  
> '-help' text.  Any reason why it shouldn't be possible to use -guiport  
> with all the rest of the options?  Anyone know how to do this? :D
> .hc
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