recursive paths [WAS: Re: [PD] missing externals after compilation]
derek at x-i.net
Mon Oct 9 23:35:13 CEST 2006
I have to agree on this one. Having to add 50 subdirectories by hand is
tedious. This is the only solution with really makes sense. Some libs do
this already...[iem_prepend], for example.
Kyle Klipowicz wrote:
> There is the solution of using the library namespace prefix, i.e.
> On 10/9/06, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
>> derek holzer hat gesagt: // derek holzer wrote:
>> > I noticed this last week when I did a reinstall of PD and populated the
>> > "extra" folder with externals which were in subdirectories, copied over
>> > from HC's Linux installer. I had to add each subdirectory to my
>> > .pdsettings file manually, and that turned out to be something like 50
>> > paths! I can see why it was done this way--to avoid nameclashes, but I
>> > found it extremely annoying that PD doesn't search directories
>> > recursively. Is there a way to change that behavior?
>> If Pd would automatically dive into subdirectories of e.g. "extra"
>> than all that work of placing cyclone-svf~ and bensaylor-sfv~ into
>> different directories would be in vain.
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