[PD] call for PDP testing on Mac OS X

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sat May 5 21:51:03 CEST 2007

Yeah, there is something whacky going on with the PiDiP build.  ./ 
configure finds theora:

checking for ogg_stream_init in -logg... yes
checking for vorbis_analysis_init in -lvorbis... yes
checking for vorbis_encode_setup_init in -lvorbisenc... yes
checking for theora_encode_init in -ltheora... yes

It seems to build the theora stuff, but it doesn't link the theora  
library.  Maybe someone out there who has gotten this working on mac  
OS X could enlighten us?


On May 5, 2007, at 6:20 AM, Luigi Rensinghoff wrote:

> Hi List
> Have been away from PD for a while.
> I am seeing great effort do fix some things here.
> pdp seems to work fine, after a quick first look.
> No success with pidip (Intel Macbook)
> /Applications/Pd-0.39.2-extended-rc2.app/Contents/Resources/
> Scripts/../extra/pidip.pd_darwin: dlopen(/Applications/Pd-0.39.2-
> extended-rc2.app/Contents/Resources/Scripts/../extra/pidip.pd_darwin,
> 10): Symbol not found: _theora_decode_YUVout
>    Referenced from: /Applications/Pd-0.39.2-extended-rc2.app/Contents/
> Resources/Scripts/../extra/pidip.pd_darwin
>    Expected in: dynamic lookup
> [import]: ERROR: can't load library in pidip
> Please dont forget pdp_ieee1394 ;-)
> Bye Luigi
>> ---- Nose Hair <nosehair911 at bellsouth.net> wrote:
>>> I have been trying to test PDP on os 10.4.9 but it seems as though
>>> pdp_glx does not work so I cant create a window to view pdp_noise  
>>> and
> Did you start X11 before starting PD ???
> Thats not mentioned very often but is necessary...
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