[PD] OSX 10.3.x pd installer supporting pdp

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Fri Nov 25 23:55:42 CET 2005

On Nov 25, 2005, at 1:55 PM, james tittle wrote:

> On Nov 24, 2005, at 10:59 AM, enrique franco wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I'm trying to load pdp with the pd-0.38-4-extended-RC3.app for OSX
>> 10.3.8  but I'm getting this message in the console:
>> Mac OS X Version 10.3.8 (Build 7U16)
>> 2005-11-24 10:35:54 -0500
>> dyld:  
>> /Volumes/Pd-0.38.4-extended-RC3/Pd-0.38.4-extended-RC3.app/Contents/ 
>> Resources/Scripts/../bin/pd
>> can't open library: /usr/X11R6/lib/libX11.6.dylib  (No such file or
>> directory, errno = 2)
>> pd_gui: pd process exited
>> How can I solve this?
> ...well, glad to see you are finally using a workable pd, but please,  
> you should really read my emails:  I asked you a few days ago when you  
> last posted if you had X11.app installed:  it is necessary atm to load  
> pdp, because on osx pdp's output is currently [pdp_glx] (which  
> requires x11.app to also be running) or [pdp2gem] (requires gem to be  
> loaded also)...I never got [pdp_xv] working, but that might be due to  
> x11 display setup ignorance on my part...
> ...lastly, this is also not guaranteed to run under 10.4.x, but I have  
> heard of people able to run it under 10.3.9 (ie. you need to upgrade!)

Also, the pdp/etc. binaries in Pd-extended are currently the binaries  
from the latest pd++.app.  While Gem and PDP work fine, I currently get  
this when I try to use pdp2gem or gem2pdp:

hans at sla:src >  
set it
GEM: Graphics Environment for Multimedia
GEM: ver: 0.90
GEM: compiled: Apr 13 2005
GEM: maintained by IOhannes m zmoelnig
GEM: Authors :  Mark Danks (original version on irix/windows)
GEM:            Chris Clepper (macOS-X)
GEM:            Daniel Heckenberg (windows)
GEM:            James Tittle (macOS-X)
GEM:            IOhannes m zmoelnig (linux/windows)
PDP: pure data packet
PDP: version 0.12.4
Undefined symbols:
pd_gui: pd process exited
Trace/BPT trap



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