0031259 at student.ul.ie
Thu Feb 19 17:06:18 CET 2004
ok I have that working, but unfortunately there is still no 'list2symbol'
object included, I dont suppose anyone can send me the c file?? would that
From: matthew jones [mailto:m.jones at signal.qinetiq.com]
Sent: 19 February 2004 15:31
To: Adrian deCleir
Subject: Re: [PD] list2symbol???zexy
you don't need z_install.bat
AFAIK in win32 the process for installing external libraries like zexy is
standard, and involves moving the dll to a directory in the path, and
running pd with 'pd -lib zexy'
if you're not on windoze, apologies
----- Original Message -----
From: "Adrian deCleir" <0031259 at student.ul.ie>
To: "'Josh Steiner'" <josh at vitriolix.com>
Cc: <PD-list at iem.at>
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2004 3:19 PM
Subject: RE: [PD] list2symbol???zexy
> ya I was lookin at that and there was no "z_install.bat" Ill try find
> another one cheers anyway
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Josh Steiner [mailto:josh at vitriolix.com]
> Sent: 18 February 2004 19:17
> To: Adrian deCleir
> Cc: 'PD-list at iem.at'
> Subject: Re: [PD] list2symbol???zexy
> did you follow the instructions in zexy's readme?
> the zexy external
> the zexy external is a collection of externals for miller.s.puckette's
> realtime-computermusic-environment called "puredata" (or abbreviated "pd")
> this zexy external will be of no use, if you don't have a running
> version of pd on your system.
> check out for http://iem.kug.ac.at/pd to learn more about pd and how to
> get it
> note: the zexy external is published under the Gnu General Public
> License that is included (GnuGPL.txt). some parts of the code are taken
> directly from the pd source-code, they, of course, fall under the
> license pd is published under.
> linux :
> change to directory source
> adapt the makefile to match your system (where is pd installed ?)
> "make clean"
> "make install"
> this will install the zexy external into <mypdpath>/pd/externs
> alternatively you can try "make everything"
> win32 :
> extract the zexy-0_x.zip to your pd-path (this file should be located at
> execute the "z_install.bat", this should copy all necessary files to the
> correct places
> if you want to compile it for yourself, i don't take any warranties for
> the makefile.nt; use the workspace zexy.dsw instead
> irix :
> though i have physical access to both SGI's O2s and indys, i haven't
> tried to compile the zexy externals there for years.
> Good luck !
> making pd run with the zexy external::
> make sure, that pd will be looking at this location (add "-path
> <mypath>/pd/externs" either to your .pdrc or each time you execute pd)
> make sure, that you somehow load the zexy external (either add "-lib
> zexy" (if you advised pd somehow to look at the correct place) or "-lib
> <myzexypath>/zexy" to your startup-script (.pdrc or whatever) or load it
> via the object "zexy" at runtime
> this software is copyleft by iohannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.kug.ac.at>
> with some contributions by winfried ritsch, guenter geiger,
> miller.s.puckette and maybe some others
> Adrian deCleir wrote:
> >well first of all theres no c file for it, but to be honest I cant seem
> >get ones that are there working, I downloaded the zexy zip file,
> >it, even tried the "-lib zexy" flag, but it still doesnt seem to
> >the fact that makesymbol, etc exists
> >please help I hate being a newbe : (
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Josh Steiner [mailto:josh at vitriolix.com]
> >Sent: 18 February 2004 18:45
> >To: Adrian deCleir
> >Cc: 'PD-list at iem.at'
> >Subject: Re: [PD] list2symbol???zexy
> >what makes you think its not in the one you downloaded? did you load
> >the whole zexy lib with a "-lib zexy" flag?
> >Adrian deCleir wrote:
> >>ok Ive downloaded the zexy library from 2 different sites, and both dont
> >>have the list2symbol object in it, I'm positive it is a part of teh zexy
> >>library,I've been searching everywhere for a means of getting that
> >>but I cant find it, was very surprised myself, dont suppose someone
> >>send on just that object?
> >>ps I appreciate all the help ppl give here coz I feel like Im always
> >>obvious sounding questions
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