[PD] pdp 0.13 update

Tom Schouten doelie at zzz.kotnet.org
Thu Aug 26 01:42:03 CEST 2004

hi frank,

> Some quick notes:
> Something seems to be wrong with the installation of libtile. I used
> "--prefix=/usr" for this, and everything is installed there just fine,
> but then I cannot load pdp anymore:

> can't load codelet library /usr/local/lib/codelets.so: /usr/local/lib/codelets.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

ok, that's a thing i didn't try yet. some hardcoded prefix stuff. but the
crash after that shouldn't be there :)

2 points

> Note, that codelets.so is in /usr/lib/codelets.so
> Removein libtile again lets me load pdp, but there are some messages I
> don't understand:
> PDP: pure data packet
> PDP: version 0.13.0 (pf)
> error e_type loading pdp's puredata support module
> <runtime>: e_type: invalid argument type
> in primitive throw
> <DS> <2> "/usr/lib/pdp/script/" #<undef>
> <RS> <4> ->#<xt:jmp> ->#<xt:leave> ->#<xt:loadscript> ->#<xt:leave>
> #0 0x082334b8 in empty-poly-word
> #1 0x0823a2e8 in load
> #2 0x0823ab78 in load-puredata
> #3 0x0822ed18 in interpreter
> Is this bad?

that's because it can't load libtile, which is a requirement for pdp.
if there is an error like this during the startup process, pf will not
work properly. so i will make this an exit().

1 point

> There were some errors in build.log:

> running pconfigure Thu Aug 26 01:03:18 CEST 2004
> uname -a : Linux fliwatut.scifi 2.6.4 #1 Tue Mar 23 18:14:22 CET 2004 i686 GNU/Linux
> In file included from /tmp/cvs/libpdp/plugins/gmp/bignum.c:24:
> /tmp/cvs/libpdp/plugins/gmp/bignum.h:25:17: gmp.h: No such file or directory

that's libgmp, gnu multiprecision library. it's not really necessary. basicly
just for doing some tricks with big numbers and permutations.

> make[3]: *** [bignum.d] Error 1
> /tmp/cvs/libpdp/plugins/livido/livido.c: In function `get_parameter':

livido is not working yet. no points here.

> I won't be able to do more testing until the weekend, unfortunatly.

you're score at 3 bugs atm.
you're good, you should participate in the official pdp bug finding
contest. :)



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