palli at pallit.lhi.is
Thu May 6 21:48:46 CEST 2004
Not much of a programmer myself but I tried compiling this on Mac OS X. After commenting
out the ifdef Unix and all the win stuff, the only error I get is the following... what does this
pallis-Computer:/Applications/pd-0.37-1/src root# gcc xnetreceive.c
ld: Undefined symbols:
> This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
> Jorge Cardoso wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have made an external (xnetreceive - eXtended netreceive)
> > that acts like netreceive with two new outlets: ip address and port number.
> > It is based on the [netreceive] and [netserver] objects (and source code!).
> > I have used this to exchange info between java applets and PD.
> > [netreceive] doesn't output the ip address, and [netserver] only
> > works for TCP connections and I needed both...
> > The external is compiled for windows only (I don't have access
> > to a Mac or Linux box). If anyone would care to (try) to compile
> > it for other platforms I would be much appreciated.
> Looks good!
> I just changed it a bit (see attached xnetreceive.c) and used this
> makefile with it under suse7.2.
> You need to set the INCLDUE path in the makefile to point to your pd source.
> Probably the makefile is not optimal (doesn't install or clean) but it
> works OK when you run pd from the same directory as xnetreceive.pd_linux.
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