[PD] IEMlibs now part of pd-externals

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed May 19 21:19:14 CEST 2004

I thought it was going to be an undertaking, but it was actually quite 
easy, took like 2-3 hours, thanks to copious use of regexps.  Makes me 
wish I had done it a long time ago.  I haven't tested them all yet, 
let's hope there aren't any glitches.  I just had a successful compile 
on MacOS X, that leaves Windows to test.

Just doing my bit...


On May 19, 2004, at 1:27 PM, guenter geiger wrote:

> You really are the bravest of them all.
> I think this work is invaluable for the pd community, and above
> all for the users. And it will save me lots of headaches when
> I have to give my next workshop. If someone asks me "can I stream
> audio with pd ?", I can just plainly say yes, instead of giving
> instructions how and where to download which library, setup .pdrc or 
> write
> windows .bat files ...
> Thanks,
> Guenter
> On Tue, 18 May 2004, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> I imported the IEMlib into the CVS and was able to incorporate all of
>> its non-conflicting objects into the pd-externals build system without
>> modifying the IEMlib sources at all.  So now all of the IEMlib 
>> objects,
>> including [mp3play~] and the t3 objects, will be incorporated in the
>> packages as individual objects.
>> This makes me happy, no more conflicts!
>> .hc
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