[PD] installing new externals on OS-X
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Fri Mar 5 16:52:33 CET 2004
I've been playing with another approach, which I think is more mac
You can include almost everything inside the application bundle
without much effort using Platypus:
this is the bundle I use currently, it's not complete at all but ...
The only thing left out is Tcl/Tk (I'm using tigital's 8.5), but I
think it could be included as well.
This has the advantage that you can add any externals and move
everything within a single file (bundle).
To see what I mean, just open the package contents and find a file
called "script". You can mantain eveything there.
I think this can evolve to something quite complete and still very
El 05/03/2004, a las 3:01, Hans-Christoph Steiner escribió:
> The current installer puts its files into /usr/local/lib/pd, but you
> put your files wherever you want, as long as you add a -path and maybe
> -helppath line to your .pdrc.
> For the next release, I am planning on having Pd installed into
> /Applications/Pure Data.app, then setting up /Library/Application
> Support/Pure Data and ~/Library/Application Support/Pure Data for
> On Thu, 4 Mar 2004, greg kellum wrote:
>> I just (re)installed Pd on OS-X using the Pd OS-X installer. The
>> external doesn't come with this distribution. So I would like to
>> install it
>> myself, but I haven't been able to figure out where the OS-X installer
>> writes its files and how one adds new externals to the installation.
>> anyone help me with this?
>> Greg Kellum
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