[PD] teaching PD to newbies [WAS: Re: [GEM] GEM users request ]

Nick Colvin colvin at email.wcu.edu
Tue Apr 29 16:32:09 CEST 2003

Thanks Frank, this exactly the sort of thing I was searching for when
first learning to use Pd, and I can still learn a lot from it, e.g. the
T3 objects which I knew nothing about.



-----Original Message-----
From: Frank Barknecht [mailto:fbar at footils.org] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2003 5:33 AM
To: PD-list at iem.kug.ac.at
Cc: guenter geiger
Subject: Re: [PD] teaching PD to newbies [WAS: Re: [GEM] GEM users
request ]

guenter geiger hat gesagt: // guenter geiger wrote:

> On Mon, 28 Apr 2003, Frank Barknecht wrote:
> > Recently I came to like reStructuredText, which also can be exported
> > in a lot of formats, and has the advantage, that the "markup" is
> > nearly invisible, too, because it follows the conventions of
> > email-markup.  A typical reST document looks like this:
> >
> >   My first tutorial
> >   =================
> >
> >   Chapter 1: Starting Pd
> >   ----------------------
> >
> >   I'd like to start with the *most important things* in italic
> >   And so on...
> ... wow this is really cool :)
> Have to take a look at it ..

I checked in what I have from my drum tutorial so far into
doc/footils/pddrums. pddrums.txt is the reSt source, pddrums.html is
the resulting html-page, using a default.css, that matches our
sourceforge pages.

(a copy currently is at http://footils.org/tut/pddrums/pddrums.html
rsp. http://footils.org/tut/pddrums/pddrums.txt)

 Frank Barknecht                               _ ______footils.org__

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