[PD-dev] What is Wish version of Pd?
danomatika at gmail.com
Fri Oct 23 20:38:42 CEST 2020
As of a few Pd versions ago, it is custom built by Miller, with a patch applied to fix some issues with the key handling. You can also easily build it yourself using the tools provided in the "mac" subdirectory, see the README:
The version in the git master branch right now isTcl/Tk 8.6.10 and I will make a PR shortly which includes an updated version of the patch for 8.6.10.
The previous version you were using is probably Tcl/Tk 8.5.19 which doesn't build on newer macOS versions. Miller builds the 8.6.10 somehow on OS X 10.6, but it seems to work fine on our newer systems.
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> Can you tell me which are the version of Wish that Pd currently uses by default on macOS?
> The "wish-shell.tgz" seems to be 8.6.10 but is it from SourceForge?
> Is it cloned from GitHub?
> Which branch in that case?
> I ask because i have hard time to find a branch, a tag, a commit to build Spaghettis with.
> Most have some bugs, none seems to fully work.
> For instance the tip seems to have weird rendering when moving objects fast.
> And the previous i was using doesn't compile anymore on Catalina (10.15.7).
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