[PD] GridFlow 0.7.6 (Windows)

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Tue Mar 30 05:53:09 CEST 2004

On Monday, Mar 29, 2004, at 17:00 America/New_York, Mathieu Bouchard 

> On Tue, 23 Mar 2004, Yury wrote:
>> i'm sitting on windows2000 with PureData.
>> can i install and use GridFlow on my pc?
> On Mon, 29 Mar 2004, yasmin ahmad wrote:
>> Last question, someone else asked but I couldn't find the answer: is
>> there a windows version of the latest GridFlow? Otherwise can it be
>> run on something like cygwin? If so is it hard to install?
> Personally I have no clue about the Windows side of the world. I was
> waiting for someone else to reply, but it didn't happen.
> I've been told that we're not too far from having something running; 
> but
> it's the kind of thing where one gets stuck and doesn't know how to fix
> the last compilation problem.
> Once that is completed then may end up like the OSX version, in which 
> you
> can use grids/ruby/usb/etc and read/write QuickTime files and even make
> video effects on those files, but none of the display drivers
> (x11,quartz,sdl) really work, so you have to record and view it with 
> the
> QuickTime player... :-/ (or use x11 with jmax 2.5 ... geez)
> So once again I'm asking for help porting on OSX and Win32, and also 
> for
> writing platform-specific code. I'd also like to have help making
> installers and/or packages. a good TAR/ZIP binary would be a good 
> start,
> then RPM/DEB packages, then maybe DMG/EXE installers... anyway. Let's
> start with having whatever working.

Even better would be to have it as part of the Installer build systems, 
but it would have to be in the Pd CVS to do that.  You don't to use it 
as your CVS, you can sync your CVS to the Pd CVS like Thomas Grill does.


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