[PD] pdp, pidip, gridflow compile for win?
hans at eds.org
Thu Oct 30 01:09:39 CET 2003
I've started tinkering with getting things compiling with MinGW, which is
kind of like halfway between Windows and UNIX. Cygwin is another option
on Windows, it aims to be a complete UNIX running on top of Windwos, but
it can make the app a little strange for the Windows user.
The advantage that MinGW has over Cygwin is that externals compiled with
MinGW will work with Pd/etc compiled with VC++ or whatever. I think that
if some externals were ported to Cygwin, then they would need Pd running
in Cygwin as well in order to work.
I think it would be worth giving MinGW a shot. I'll post to the list when
I get something working with MinGW.
On Wed, 29 Oct 2003, Tom Schouten wrote:
> hi flo,
> if i't going to happen, it won't be for tomorrow. but i'm not opposed to
> the idea. porting the processing core shouldn't be too difficult, just
> like it is done on mac, but it's going to be more work because win is not
> so unixy as osx..
> but, since thomas is showing some interest. who knows :)
> for one, i can't do it alone. i know jack about win programming..
> On Wed, 29 Oct 2003, florian grassl wrote:
> > hello,
> > i would love to use pdp, pidip and gridfllow but i am running pd on win xp.
> > are there any plans to make them work on win? (please,please,please)
> > if not, will editing the header files be enough to compile for win?
> > or is there more stuff i have to watch out?
> > since i cannot really write c, i got kind of lost with it.
> > any help is highly appreciated. thank you all.
> > flo
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