[PD] start flags
Luke Iannini (pd)
lukexipd at gmail.com
Sun Jan 21 14:58:52 CET 2007
It looks in your home directory, e.g. /Users/dayfdd/.pdrc aka ~/.pdrc
So not terribly useful for that. Bash scripts would work, though.
On 1/21/07, dafydd hughes <dafydd at sideshowmedia.ca> wrote:
> Hey Luke
> Where does pd look for .pdrc in OSX? Does it check somewhere inside
> the package itself? That would be really useful for running different
> builds with different parameters. Or maybe it's just silly. It's
> On 1/21/07, Luke Iannini (pd) <lukexipd at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 1/21/07, Derek Holzer <derek at umatic.nl> wrote:
> > > On OSX, you can edit the
> > > /Users/yourname/Library/Preferences/org.puredata.pd.plist file, using
> > > the built in "Property List Editor.app" (Control-click for that option
> > > under "Open With"). I use this much more reliably than the Startup Menu.
> > This requires XCode (aka developer tools, included on your OSX install discs)
> > I find a combination of .pdrc and the plist to be best, as that way I
> > don't have to merge my particular customizations into every new build
> > of PD-extended I download (which I do... rather compulsively : )).
> > To use .pdrc you'll need a plaintext editor (textedit will do, though
> > I'm not sure if it will let you save something as a "dot file" – I use
> > textmate). Enter your startup flags in the file, one per line.
> > Mm, so many choices.
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