[PD] getting an external to work!!!!

Bryan Jurish moocow at ling.uni-potsdam.de
Wed Jul 24 01:55:36 CEST 2002


  you need to link the object file(s) into a shared library;
by default, it seems that pd/linux looks for externals with the
suffix '.pd_linux' -- the flags i use for gcc are something

  -shared -export_dynamic

... or alternately

  -shared -rdynamic

... perhaps these are equivalent?  so:

 bash$ gcc -Wall -o myextern.pd_linux myextern.o

ought to do it for a single-file external. 


On 23 July 2002 at 16:42:52, J. Scott Hildebrand wrote:
 >          before i write an external to do what i need it to do, i'm trying
 > to get ANY external into pd... and i'm having a hard time. i've compiled
 > the .c file and now i have an object file (.o). what do i do now? by the
 > way i am in linux. thans,
 >                                 scott

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