[PD] rradical paths problem
bkligerman at wanadoo.fr
Fri Dec 10 19:41:25 CET 2004
I searched in the archives some more and followed these indications>>
from the post RRADical in CVS. <http://iem.at/mailinglists/pd-list/2004-04/019480.html>
I added this into my paths and it seemed to work for me...
I can open all the tutorials, and some of Chun Lee's patches <http://www.sonicvariable.com/software.html> that use rradical (without too many errors, anyway).
The rradical project seems great, but I think the instructions need to be clearer for it to have an effect on how we use pd.
Anyway, now I have to get back to work and figure out how to integrate it with my video and pdpm patches.
Kyle Klipowicz wrote:
> I also have this problem! All of the paths in rradical are messed
> up. What paths do I need to add in my batch file? Frank, have you
> made an installation tutorial?
> */Brad Kligerman <bkligerman at wanadoo.fr>/* wrote:
> Hi all (once again) : I'm having a very basic problem getting rradical
> to function.
> I followed the _installation_ instructions setting up my paths. But when
> I open an example or tutorial (ex: pd/rradical/memento/tutorial/3-tut.pd)
> I get:
> > OSCprepend $1
> >... couldn't create
> >originator.pd 11 0 61 1 (gatom->text) connection failed
> >originator.pd 33 0 61 0 (receive->text) connection failed
> >originator.pd 61 0 59 0 (text->outlet) connection failed
> >originator.pd 81 0 61 0 (message->text) connection failed
> In other words it can't find _originator.pd_ even though the directory
> is in my path.
> .pdrc = -mididev 1
> -lib Gem:pdp:pidip:gridflow:iemlib1:iemlib2:iem_t3_lib etc...
> It seems like a problem with my paths (when I check File>Paths... they
> are all listed). I s this a system problem or a rradical problem?
> Btw, I'm using RH9, pd 0.37-1 from Planet CCRMA...
> Any help with this seemingly stupid problem would be greatly appriciated
> since I'm about to start a big project and would like to integrate
> Thanks :brad
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