[PD] work around for delread~ and delwrite~ on 03.92 extended on mac intel osx 10.4.9
hans at eds.org
Fri May 4 00:05:07 CEST 2007
On May 3, 2007, at 11:53 AM, Steffen wrote:
> Hey Greg,
> On 03/05/2007, at 10.32, Greg Pond wrote:
>> As someone with little programming experience, my understanding is
>> spotty concerning the 03.92 extended/mac intel osx delread/write~
>> situation. I test it in the help file and it doesnt work. It seems
>> from this that it may have been resolved and I just don't know where
>> or how to do fix it for myself:
>> If someone with more experience is willing to explain it to me or can
>> suggest a way to work around it to achieve similar results, I
>> would be
>> very grateful. I checked the archives and the bug tracker and just
>> dont quite get it.
> As you have seen in the bug tracker it has not been resolved yet.
> That email you point to is just some test builds to see if the
> disfunction of delread/write had to do with the mentioned compile
> flags. I don't actually have those test builds anymore and they
> didn't contain any externals. And also the GUI wasn't as slick as
> those build by Hans C. Steiner. Properly since i used the Tcl/Tk that
> ships with OS X.
> One thing you could try is to build it your self. There is a wiki 
> about it, but it is not fully up to date. And to be quite frank I'm
> not sure it makes sense to build Pd-extended one self as the releases
> are made for all platforms. Well right now it might.
> Another thing you could do, and is what i currently do while testing
> the nightly builds and report to the bug tracker, is to get the
> Miller version, version 0.40-2, pre-build of his website . If you
> use externals you could snap them out of the Pd-extended or build
> them you self.
> I hope this helps just a bit.
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I added -fno-strict-aliasing to the Mac OS X builds to see if that
solves the problem. Please try the next Mac OS X build (first I got
to fix whatever is stopping the compilation, I think it's Gem).
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