[PD] Pd 0.37.4 app test release for MacOS X---pdp2gem---gem2pdp
slimboyfatboyslim at slimboyfatboyslim.org
Wed Sep 15 06:09:52 CEST 2004
is there any guidelines for compiling pdp2gem/ gem2pdp in macosx?
於 23 Aug 04 11:59 AM 時，Hans-Christoph Steiner 提到：
> On Aug 22, 2004, at 6:27 PM, 0001 wrote:
>>> would be great if you would work out of the CVS and add some
>>> instructions to the README. All of the files for creating the
>>> Pd.app are in packages/darwin_app.
>> not sure I understand that right. I can post a patch for -nowish, all
>> the rest of the code is inside the package.
> For example, your AppMain.tcl and the shell script that you use to
> create the help nav: these should be checked into packages/darwin_app
> in the Pd CVS. Any files that are needed to generate this package
> should be checked into packages/darwin_app. Then others will be able
> to build the package themselves and even develop it further, fix bugs,
> Then, if all of the files are in CVS, a Makefile can assemble the
> whole package automatically. This will make future releases much,
> much easier.
>>> It would be good to have this all done from
>>> packages/darwin_app/Makefile, since that's the Makefile that
>>> assembles the Pd.app that I created.
>> it shouldn't be too difficult, you just need to choose a reference
>> Tcl / Tk installation that includes a package with the embedded
>>> Help->Pure Documentation needs to be figured out. The patches that
>>> are included in the Pd.app are a good workaround, but I think in the
>>> long run, we should figure out something that would be easier to
>>> maintain. But perhaps having all of the docs put into a navigatible
>>> system of patches would be a good idea, kind of like Pd hypertext.
>>> But it would add to the amount of maintenance that would need to be
>> actually those ones are in part automated with a shell script. but I
>> admit it's more of a workaround for now. I think I've seen something
>> similar in jMax
>>> This shouldn't be too hard to do. Each instance of Pd.app (Wish
>>> Shell.app wrapper for the pd process) could keep track of the pd
>>> -nowish PID, then make sure to kill it when it exits.
>> well currently it quits the (sub)process, the problem is when it
>>> The Tcl exceptions could be used to catch crashes, etc. (if they
>>> are anything like Java exceptions, I haven't really looked into
>> is it included as standard? that'd be great
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