[PD] Plotting points on screen with gem

Johannes M Zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.kug.ac.at
Wed Jul 11 16:03:45 CEST 2001

hi rory !

yes you have to recompile gem !

hope i get it all together now: (and i hope you are using linux)
i find now, that it is a little complicated...

..extract the GemPlus.tgz
..then  copy or move the GemPlus/src/Pixes/pix_* files into your
gem/src/Pixes/ directory.
..cd into your gem/src/Base directory
..edit your GemBase.cpp so that it contains both "void pix_set_setup()"
and "pix_set_setup()" (+ the ...) lines in the correct places (you'll
find them). don't forget to save
..cd into your gem/src/Gnu directory
..type "./configure" (without the " of course) and hit return (or enter)
..if you get any error-messages try to fix them (install needed libraries
..type "make" + [return]
..now you should have a "Gem.pd_linux" file somewhere (in the gem/
directory). make sure that you are loading this one when starting pd
..you should now have your GemPlus objects

hope this will do
if not feel free to ask


On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, Rory Walsh wrote:

> These seem like they could be used for what i want,
> especially the pix-set object, it says to edit your
> src/Base/GemSetup.cpp file, so that it contains the
> lines to call the GemPlus_setup routines (void
> pix_dump_setu(), ...)I tried opening the GemSetup.cpp
> file and I added the line void pix_dump_setup();, do I
> have to compile it then? I don't realy have any
> knowledge of C/C++ so I'm really chancing my arm! Whne
> I open one of the sample patches it does not recognize
> the new GemPlus objects? Can you suggest and ideas or
> maybe instruct me on how to correctly edit the .cpp
> file, thanks again for the help!
> Regards, Rory.
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