more questions & request

Michal Seta mis at
Thu Jan 28 18:32:34 CET 1999

On Thu, 28 Jan 1999, guenter geiger wrote:

Normally they are in /usr/X11R6/include, but this includes directory isn't
scanned by the standard compiler. Therefore you have to add
-I/usr/X11R6/include to the compilerflags in the makefile (most likely,
the variable is called CFLAGS there).

Actually they are there as well as in /usr/include.  Both paths.
Anyways, i'll try to do it by hand next time.  Thanks.

One more question.

I've been trying to use an array for designing an envelope for a signal.
Without succes. I tried to send the outlet of tabwread4~ (controlled by
line~) into the right inlet of *~.  And I've tried tabreceive~ and I can't
get this working.  Anyone tried such a thing before?

Alternatively, it would be nice to have a line and/or line~ object more
like Max line, that can accept a longer list of values.

Or, I guess the new table object is the answer to my question?  Haven't
tried it yet and it doesn't seem to be documented :)



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