[PD] Re: [PD-dev] pdp2gem.pd_darwin question
ydegoyon at free.fr
Thu Dec 9 22:12:35 CET 2004
yes, this is something we always bumped into with OSX,
it seems a new loaded library can't get access
to symbols fom former loaded library.
that's why pdp and pidip have been bundled together.
any OSX guru, what are we doing wrong?
james tittle wrote:
> hey guys,
> ...I've been poking around in the image conversion code, and have
> added the ability to select a colorspace for converting the pdp data
> to give to gem (most importantly, a straight yv12 to uyuv, with
> altivec!)...now it's compiling and linking, but pd doesn't like to
> load it :-/ seems like this has been covered before, but I couldn't
> find it in my mailbox's...
> ...here's my compile/link:
> g++ -DPD -O2 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -ffast-math -Wall -W
> -Wno-unused -Wno-parentheses -Wno-switch -Wno-long-double
> -DGEM2PDP_VERSION=\"0.5\" -g -I../../pd-0.38-0test10/src -I.
> -I../../pdp-0.12.4/include -I../../Gem/src -I/sw/include -o pdp2gem.o
> -c pdp2gem.cpp
> gcc -bundle -bundle_loader ../../pd-0.38-0test10/bin/pd -undefined
> suppress -flat_namespace -o pdp2gem.pd_darwin pdp2gem.o -lm -lstdc++
> ...and here's the pd output when loading it:
> dyld: /Users/tigital/puredataDev/pd-0.38-0test10/bin/pd Undefined
> Program received signal: "SIGTRAP".
> ...and yes, I do have Gem and pdp loading before pdp2gem...any ideas?
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