[PD] Debian packages on Sid - missing externals]
hans at eds.org
Wed Aug 25 21:17:36 CEST 2004
On Aug 25, 2004, at 11:58 AM, guenter geiger wrote:
> On Wed, 25 Aug 2004, Matthias Blau wrote:
>> IOhannes m zmoelnig schrieb:
>>> you have to add the path to the iemabs to your command-line options:
>>> "-path /usr/lib/pd/iemabs" (or similar, cannot remember)
> Yes, there are no abstractions in the external package. I will put it
> on my todo list, but no promises, I am currently pretty overloaded with
> work. I am not sure if this can be considered as a bug, as pd-externals
> should be externals, not abstractions.
Actually, related to the earlier discussion of the two types of
abstractions, I think that it would make a lot of sense to put the
external objects written in Pd (like the iemabs abstractions) into the
pd-externals package since they are externals written in Pd. This
should be done as part of the general externals build system so that
its the same on all platforms. I might find some time to do this since
I am working on the MacOS X and Windows installers right now.
> The missing help patches, yes. Have to check that.
> BTW: pd-cyclone, pd-flext and pd-flext-ext are out of date too, I would
> like to have them up to date, but I am already spending too much time
> on Debian stuff, sorry.
>> hm, there is only /usr/lib/pd/extra where some of the *.pd_linux files
>> corresponding to the respective iemlib ojects are. These are the
>> that *can* be loaded. Problem is that not all iemlib objects have
>> such a
>> file here.
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