[PD] readanysf~ for os x

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Tue Jul 20 03:51:04 CEST 2004

It would be great to have [readanysf~] maintained in the CVS.  Then I  
could do the MacOS X porting and maintain it as part of the MacOS X  
packages, as well as any other packages for platforms that [readanysf~]  
runs on.


On Jul 16, 2004, at 11:16 AM, august wrote:

>> as you said August the Nick's binary is dynamically linked to all the
>> libs, so to works, we have to put all the libraries in the good  
>> places.
>> I didn't want to do that, so I tried to recompile it with just flext
>> and libsamplerate but without success.
> the problem was some missing defines in the main.cpp.  if you download  
> it
> again, you should be able to compile without the mad, vorbis or flac  
> libs.
>  ...
>> After that I finally decided to install the Nick's binary and all the
>> libs at the good place for the binary, and it works well!
> good to hear.
>> About the proper way on a Mac to distribute a binary, I think it's to
>> built it with all the libs included in it. That's because on os X
>> there's no standard place to put the libs. It depends if you use fink
>> or darwinport or build it by hand. The other way is to distribute a
>> package that will install the binary plus all the libs at the good
>> places.
> I think the later is the way to go.  If you compile all the libs
> statically, then the binary will be well over 2 or 3 megs (I'm  
> guessing).
> And, you'd have to load that every time you add a readanysf~ object in  
> pd.
> that will add up after a while.   Same with flext externals.  they  
> should
> link to flext dynamically where possible.  this will cut down down on  
> usage.
> -august.
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