pd-0.25TEST5linux.tar.gz table object
geiger at epy.co.at
Mon May 17 17:30:47 CEST 1999
Michael Lechasseur writes:
> > This version features an improved table object (table has an inlet...
> > Look for the example in "3.reference/table.pd".
> I get a:
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> pd_gui: pd process exited
> When I try to load "3.reference/table.pd" or use the new table object.
> RedHat 5.2, Kernel 2.1.130, es1370.c driver
Ooops .. thanks, I didn't test it on Intel. I did put a new version
on the server, which works on my Intel machine.
> > Actually a "make" by itself should do for Linux. You'll get a library
> > ggext.pd_linux, which you just have to load with "-lib ggext".
> > And, .. everything there is experimental :)
> Hmm.. I couldn't get this to work. When you say that a regular "make" will
> compile them, you mean that if I take the 0.25TEST4 package, and do a
Ah, I understand. I started packaging my externals into ggext and
applied a version number, so that people testing it can relate to it.
I thought you where using that version.
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