[PD-dev] Requesting SVN commit access

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 25 18:53:26 CET 2014

Hi Dennis,
     I'm not sure who has the "keys to the kingdom" here.  But at far as the update for Martin's library you can just contact him directly (along with any documentation that explains your changes).  Then he can push the updates himself.  Generally that's the process for updates to preexisting libraries.

Of course you can also get svn access to add your own library for other things.


On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 10:29 AM, Dennis Engdahl <engdahl at snowcrest.net> wrote:
To the list members:

My name is Dennis Engdahl.  I have been developing computer programs since 
the days of the keypunch (and paper tape), and have taught computer 
science at the college level for 20 years.  I am now retired, and have 
started an internet providing company which my sons now run.

I am an expert at communications software (TCP/IP, etc.), and am 
interested in pd to communicate with my church's new Behringer X32.  Since 
the UDP routines Martin Peach wrote are not able to receive data 
successfully from the X32, I researched the problem and created a new 
routine which will communicate.  If you're interested in the details, you 
can either look at my source, or pm me.

At this time, I would like to commit this routine (udpsndrcv.c) and its 
help file to Martin's area, to allow others to communicate with hardware 
with the same requirements as the X32.

I am interested also in the audio aspects of pd, and may be developing 
other routines to help out in the future.

Please allow me SVN commit access to be able to accomplish this.

Thank you,

Dennis Engdahl
engdahl at snowcrest.net
(530) 926-2996

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