[PD] Gem instalation troubles w/ XP (newbie)
marius.schebella at chello.at
Fri Oct 31 08:52:40 CET 2003
the lib-path has to start with the harddrive-letter followed by the path or
with a relative path (without starting slash). or you put the library files
(dll) to a folder which is searched automatically by Pd... like /externs. so
in your example it looks like the path is son set correctly:
try -lib c:/whatever/pd/gem/Gem.
you can place the Gem folder to any location you like. (i place it in my
pd-folder like you)
the gemlibs are only needed if you want to compile the program from the
sourcecode. For windows to run GEM you only need gem-doc and gem-bin.
if you run the install.bat then all help-patches and reference-files should
be installed, you don´t need any other environment-variables.
----- Original Message -----
From: "juan maristany" <pixelcrash at yahoo.com>
To: <pd-list at iem.at>
Sent: Friday, October 31, 2003 5:22 AM
Subject: [PD] Gem instalation troubles w/ XP (newbie)
> hello list
> try as i may, I can not get gem to load with PD
> i'm running w2k SP4 upgarded to windows XP (not SP1) ,direct X 9.0
> my structure set up C:\pd\gem-0.87\GemLibs
> i think i followed the instalation directions, i used the syntax in
("Using GEM with pd")
> pd\bin\pd -lib /pd/gem/Gem (I changed gem-0.87 to gem and GemLibs to Gem)
> as they came too,but nothing.
> (this is the error i get) /pd/gem/Gem: can't load libary
> i also extracted glut 3.7.6(glut 32) to my winnt\system
> i guess what i really dont understand is
> 1.where exactly to put the GemLibs folder?
> 2.where to put the gem .dll from gem-bin-0.87? do ineed this?
> 3.am i going to need an enviroment variable? syntax please?
> if anybody could help me out,suggestions,links to instalation tutorials
would be great
> i know these are real basic questions (sorry) i have been reading the
manual and understand
> what things do in gem,but the install has me stumped.
> thank you in advance.
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