[PD] GrIPD: A new front-end GUI builder for PD

Joseph A. Sarlo jsarlo at mambo.peabody.jhu.edu
Fri Jul 13 06:03:39 CEST 2001

That's interesting.  I'm not aware of any changes in sockets from 1.5 to
2.1, but I guess I'll have to look into it. Glad to hear it's working

| Joseph A. Sarlo
| jsarlo at mambo.peabody.jhu.edu

On Fri, 13 Jul 2001, Yuuta Nakayama wrote:

> Finally
> i installed python 1.52 and it works verrry fine!
> > Hmmm, I suppose the first thing to do is figure out whether it's the PD
> > object that's not accepting or the python GUI that's not connecting.  What
> > I would do is create a gripd object in pd with port 23 and telnet to it.
> > Just put "gripd 23" in pd then send it a "connect" message, then open up
> > your telnet client and connect to If it connects, GrIPD will
> > say so in the console. Then send a "disconnect" message to the PD object.
> > Your telnet client should display "!disconnect:0|" and then disconnect if
> > all is good.
> i tested this and got connection to PD, so gripd object seems to work.
> > To test the python part, I would go get a dummy server. You can get
> > Tambu Dummy Server at:
> > http://www.xploiter.com/tambu/tambudummy.shtml
> > Set the port to 3490 and the protocal to TCP and have it start listening.
> > Then open grip.py and connect (from the file menu). If you add a button
> > control you should see something like "!setRcvr:rbutton0|" in the dummy
> > server if all is good there.
> I wrote simple dummy server using python and tested, but still the
> GUI part failes to connect, so the ploblem is in this part.
> I think it must be compativility ploblem between python 1.52 and 2.1.
> Anyway,
> it is amazing that we can build my own gui like(rather, more
> effectively!) reaktor.
> thanks a lot!
> Uta.

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