[PD] gridflow for pd OS X
ivan.franco at ydreams.com
Thu Apr 28 16:58:19 CEST 2005
Yes, please! A binary inclusion of GF on the Pd.app would be really
from the point of view of the "non-compiling" users of my pd workshops.
On Apr 27, 2005, at 11:02 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> How about importing a stable version of GridFlow into the pure-data
> CVS? Then we can include GridFlow as part of the Pd.app build system.
> Its quite simple, once its in CVS, you make a gridflow target that
> does everything needed to compile gridflow. Then copy the files to
> the Pd.app, then it'll be part of all future Pd.app builds.
> On Apr 27, 2005, at 3:30 PM, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
>> On Mon, 25 Apr 2005, Patrick Pagano wrote:
>>> i reconfigured and re-compiled and changed the makefile to produce
>> gridflow.bundle is GridFlow-for-Ruby.
>> If PureData is detected (requires finding m_pd.h) then the building
>> of Ruby-for-PureData will be enabled, and that produces
>> That's because GridFlow is split in two halves so that it can be used
>> from either Ruby or PureData (and formerly also from jMax25 and
>> Renaming gridflow.bundle will certainly not work, because that file
>> is a plugin for Ruby, not a plugin for PureData.
>> To allow GridFlow to find m_pd.h, the CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH env-var must
>> be set correctly, using the export command in the Bash shell or the
>> setenv command in the Tcsh shell.
>>>>>> Not only this, the process corrupted my Pd installation (found at
>>>>>> pcm.peabody.jhu.edu/~sburt) so that no externals would load.
>>>>>> "libraryname: can't load library" for example.
>> That's very strange: I never ever heard of that problem and have not
>> experienced it either in all my compilations of GridFlow on my G3-700
>> laptop running OSX-10.2.8.
>>>>>> ERROR: Cannot load GridFlow-for-Ruby (gridflow.so)
>>>>>> Although I haven't found gridflow.so at all. I'm thinking the
>>>>>> was supposed to generate it?
>> The error message was made for Linux. On OSX the equivalent is
>> gridflow.bundle. It's supposed to be installed in the Ruby equivalent
>> of the extra/ directory; on my OSX laptop that's:
>> But that will vary depending on which version of Ruby is installed
>> and where Ruby is installed.
>>>>>> cp bin/jmax2pd /sw/bin; chmod 755 /sw/bin/jmax2pd
>>>>>> mkdir -p
>>>>>> cp pd_help/*.pd
>>>>>> cp gridflow.pd_darwin pd_abstractions/*.pd
>>>>>> usage: cp [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-f | -i | -n] [-pv] src target
>>>>>> cp [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-f | -i | -n] [-pv] src1 ... srcN
>> Anyone can make sense of that error message? I can't. This "cp"
>> program is getting autistic on us. Can't it just tell us what's
>> actually going on?
>> I don't get those errors here.
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