[PD] useful abstractions from wrapping python scripts

Thomas Ouellet Fredericks iamonthebeach at gmail.com
Wed Mar 30 05:20:02 CEST 2005

On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 18:44:40 -0500 (EST), B. Bogart <ben at ekran.org> wrote:
> Hey all,
> Since I've been moving my TOT functions over to python scripts I've
> created a couple of useful abstractions. I was wondering if anyone else
> was working on a similar thing. I've decided to wrap my py externals in
> abstractions so that the act more like normal PD objects (but not
> bothering with pyext).
> so far I have only two:
> stripExtension.pd
> dirlist.pd
> I'm planning on adding stripPath to leave only the filename from a path left.
> Anyhow I think a collection of little easy pythonscripts acting as
> abstractions would be great for all those little things like
> stringprocessing.
> also I have a tot abstraction [dirpanel] that just executes
> tk_chooseDirectory.
> Makes sense to discuss this to limit redundancy in abstractions.
> B.
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