[PD] compiling externs on NT

Nick Fells nick at music.gla.ac.uk
Wed Jun 6 19:21:56 CEST 2001

Hi Guenter,

No, it's not ggee, it's my own externz for doing granular sampling of an
input signal. They compiled under Linux no problem, but I'm a total
Windoze compilation novice. I had some assistance from a pro win
programmer, which was extremely useful, but these last unresolved
symbols we just couldn't pin down.

However, I will give ggee a try once I get time.


guenter geiger wrote:
> On Wed, 6 Jun 2001, Nick Fells wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm trying to compile externs using Visual C++ 6.
> >
> > I've managed to resolve most things, but am still getting:
> >
> > unresolved external symbol _garray_class
> > unresolved external symbol _s_signal
> >
> > from the linker. Which libs do I need to link to to resolve these? I've
> > linked already to all the libs that I can find in the Pd distribution.
> It is more likely that the symbols are not exported.
> Is it the ggee externals ?
> There are several occurences of &s_signal, and you can replace them by
>   gensym("signal")
> Try it first with signal/exp~.c and look if a dll will be produced.
> signal/exp~.dll
> If you succeed I will change all occurences of that,
> and yes, the garray_class is only used in fofsynth, which is only
> of very limited use at the moment.
> Guenter

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