-path vs. -open

Guenter Geiger geiger at epy.co.at
Mon Nov 15 14:14:01 CET 1999

forum::=?iso-8859-1?Q?f=FCr?=::=?iso-8859-1?Q?uml=E4ute?= writes:
 > Since pd-0.27 I found it impossible to use the "-open" start-up argument
 > on Win95.
 > When using p.e. "pd -open hallo", pd is looking for "hallo.dll" which
 > cannot be found (that's because I want to open "hallo.pd"; 
 > trying "pd -open hallo.pd", pd looked for "hallo.pd.dll", which makes me
 > laugh on one hand and cry on the other.
 > I thought of it only as a Win32 problem, so I tried it on debian,
 > getting "hallo : can't load library" vs. "hallo.pd : can't load library"
 > Am I missing something really important ?

pd something.pd
"opens" something.pd ......

"-open is a synonym for -lib" .... this is not documented correctly.


 > mfg.bws.aeg
 > hannes

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