recursive paths [WAS: Re: [PD] missing externals after compilation]

Mathieu Bouchard matju at
Tue Oct 10 00:51:16 CEST 2006

On Mon, 9 Oct 2006, Kyle Klipowicz wrote:

> This is also how Max/MSP/Jitter works, as well as the extensions.  For 
> example, [jit.convolve] is Jitter's convolution tool, and [ice.lattice] 
> is a really neat third party GUI extension (wouldn't mind some more of 
> _those_ in Pd).

And for example, [lti.CholeskyDecomposition], [lti.RegionsPolygonizer], 
[lti.PolygonApproximation], ... but those aren't in Jitter, they aren't in 
MAX/MSP, they're in Pd and precisely GridFlow.

The rest of GridFlow uses the "#" prefix except for a few exceptions. 
(those exceptions are mostly either as compatibility with legacy software, 
or as classes that I believe should be part of Pd itself but aren't; in 
any case, the "#" prefix is reserved for objects that are specifically 
designed to deal with grids, so it can't be representative of all that we 
need to put in GridFlow)

> ons to avoid namespace conflict (it started when I made 
> my own version of spigot~ for audio, which was just like spigot for 
> messages...guess the rest).

me, it just started when i cloned [demux] from jMax...

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