[PD] getting started on OS X 10.2.8

doktorp doktorp at mac.com
Wed Nov 26 17:01:24 CET 2003

	From: 	  Anton Marini <anton at wildchildpost.com>
	Subject: 	Re: [PD] getting started on OS X 10.2.8
	Date: 	November 26, 2003 10:54:42 AM EST
	To: 	  kevin parks <kp8 at mac.com>
	Cc: 	  pd-list at iem.at

Hi Kevin

Gem.pd_darwin goes in /usr/local/lib/pd/extra

make sure to load gem when you run pd, with the lib flag


/usr/local/lib/pd -lib gem

or put '-lib gem' in your .pdrc file

happy patching.

On Nov 26, 2003, at 7:04 AM, kevin parks wrote:

> hi. Adam Lindsay & co.....
> Thanks for taking the time to respond....
>> Cutting and pasting across patches should work. What you describe is 
>> not
>> normal; it should work. In fact, that's my main way of 
>> learning/getting
>> things done... copying from tutorials and modifying things from there.
> I am not sure why i was getting all that strange behavior. It must be 
> something with Tcl/tk already having been installed as 8.4.4. I went 
> through with the OSXPM again and deleted everything and reinstalled pd 
> again from stretch and now things mostly seem dandy. I was using that 
> Batteries Included Tcl/tk installer for my python stuff.
> Now that i am dumbed down totally to 8.4.1 things seem okay. Thank god 
> for that OSXPM or i would never had been able to track down all that 
> tcl stuff to delete.
>> Later versions of Tcl/TkAqua not entirely functional, but no one has
>> really tracked down the root cause. So empirically speaking, stick to
>> 8.4.1, as distributed.
> gotcha.
>> I'm not sure how you're "open"ing these patches, but to head off some
>> potential complaints, double clicking patches in the finder is still 
>> on
>> the primitive side in terms of its developing support, so it's better 
>> to
>> open things from the Open dialog box.
> double clicking still doesn't work but the Open dialog box from WISH 
> is okay now.
>> Chris Clepper has a site with bleeding-edge versions of GEM:
>> <http://taproot.dyndns.org/~cgc/>
> I downloaded GEMOSXCVS.gtar and ended up with something called 
> Gem.pd_darwin
> I am guessing that goes in in a folder someplace? Hmm...
>> ps. Sorry you're frustrated, but I humbly suggest you chill out maybe 
>> two
>> notches. This is a pretty mellow group on the list (usually).
> Actually, i am not frustrated, i was trying to be funny....
> cheers,
> kevin
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