[PD] Re: [PD-announce] New beta version of MacOS X installer

ben at ekran.org ben at ekran.org
Fri Oct 3 16:37:18 CEST 2003

Hey Hans-Christoph,

Matt and I made a OSX package for a class we're teaching (had to make it
just before your first package came out!) Anyhow we did make a PD icon
that sits inside the PD folder in Applications. Please feel free to use
the icon, and if the config is any help.

You can download the installer at:


Hope it is helpful!

(Are you going to start including the whole CVS prebuilt in your package?)

Thanks for the linux-ppc tips, things seems further along then I thought.
Do you remeber where you heard about doing the dual monitor stuff? I had
thought that that stuff was barley supported using the ATI binary driver
under i386 linux... I obviously have a lot of reading to do. It does sure
sound like I could get the best of both worlds on the powerbook... I
wonder if I could get airport xtreme and firewire to work? (oh dear,
bleeding edge)


> I just put up a new version of the MacOS X installer, with a number of
> key changes and new features. If you have Pd already installed, be
> forewarned that this new installer installs Tcl/Tk 8.4.1 by default.
> If you don't want Tcl/Tk reinstalled, then click "Customize" in the
> "Installation Type" screen, and uncheck Tcl.pkg and Tk.pkg.
> http://www.pure-data.org/Members/hans
> - Many more help files are available by right-clicking (but many are
> still not ported to 0.37)
> - FLEXT is now included, along with pool and xsample
> - toxy (tot, tow, and widget) is now included
> - nqpoly included
> - working zexy
> - a first attempts at a /Applications double-clicker with file icon
> support
> 	(It looks like a folder, but if you double-click it, it launches Pd)
> I have been compiling and testing this on MacOS X 10.2.8.  There is a
> chance that it won't work on < 10.2.  Let me know if you get it working
> on 10.0 or 10.1.
> .hc
>                                      http://at.or.at/hans/
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