Scheme / Re: [PD] permutations

=?X-UNKNOWN?Q?g=FCnter_geiger?= geiger at
Fri Jan 25 15:21:12 CET 2002

.... you could do things like this with the (linux-only) shell external
of ggee, where you might use any scripting language you like


On Fri, 25 Jan 2002, Larry Troxler wrote:

> On Fri, 25 Jan 2002, Orm Finnendahl wrote:
> >
> > P.S.: I have to admit that I prefer a text based approach to solving
> > problems like this, as I find it more comprehensible to read
> >
> >   for (i=max;((i > 0)&&(!found-first)); i--) ...
> >
> > than to clutter the patch with int and +1 and trigger and until boxes
> > just in order to implement a simple loop. That's probably, why I made
> > code externals and after a while switched to James Mc'Cartneys
> > "pyrite" object for Max (some sort of programming language with
> > embedded text editor in a max object) before more or less ending the
> > Max business altogether some 6 years ago. But that's probably poison
> > for a pd-list =:-)
> I too, find that graphical programming is the wrong tool for things like
> this. Can you tell more about pyrite? I have never used Max.
> I have made an extern that lets me write externs in Scheme for cases like
> this. It's at but needs some work. I'll try to
> post a new version soon.
> But, I would like to know what similar things Max has, out of curiosity.
> Larry Troxler

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