mpuckett at man104-1.UCSD.Edu
Thu Jun 8 18:11:46 CEST 2000
The joystick stuff is on
and it needs much work. But it's in better shape than the parallel port
output thing. I've also got a not-quite-functional video input object
for Gem (Pix_video) for Linux. If anyone wants to get burned on it, let
me know; otherwise I'll get it working better before releasing it.
I'm sorry about the makefile mess. I was unaware of having absolute paths
in them and will try to clean that up...
However, I'm off to Bourges for a Max/MSP symposium, and won't have any
hacking time until week after next.
On Thu, Jun 08, 2000 at 09:39:58AM +0200, forum::für::umläute wrote:
> hi miller, hi all
> is the joystick object mentioned here on the list some weeks ago
> available somewhere ?
> we would desperately need it inan installation next week....
> another topic::
> externals that are included with pd (e.g.: all the "extra"-stuff, some
> audio examples (the "shift" objects), seem to have very inconsistent
> par example: you cannot create the demo-externals in doc/6.externs when
> compiling pd (although the "make all" option seems to try to do so)
> because "makefile.linux" is missing in the doc/6.externs directory ::
> instead of "make -f makefile.linux" the proper way to install these
> would be "make -f makefile pd_linux"
> by the way :: is it absolutely necessary to use absolute paths in
> makefiles (like /usr/people/msp/pd/pd/src or /home/msp/pd/src); it is
> quite inconvient to edit all the makefiles seperately; maybe we should
> define a global make-variable somewhere, or just use relative paths
> these are surely "minor" bugs, but quite annoying
> cheers, have fun, mfg.dsa.a
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