[PD] pdmtl abstractions questions and comments
vdaigu at gmail.com
Mon Jul 2 20:46:58 CEST 2007
I vote for "_". There is two perspectives: the user, and the developer of
pd. Often the user don't need to know about the exactly folder's tree. A
good documentation eschew the mess
2007/7/2, victor <vdaigu at gmail.com>:
> I vote for "_". There is two perspectives: the user, and the developer of
> pd. Often the user don't need to know about the exactly folder's tree. A
> good documentation eschew the mess
> 2007/7/2, Thomas O Fredericks <tof at danslchamp.org>:
> > > I vote for no namespace, no prefix, it's difficult enough to organize
> > > files for pd, and many prefixes won't work with externals that
> > requires
> > > a script, for example
> > > if I put my python scripts into extra/python, I'd call the script with
> > > [pyext] with a namespace like that [py python/myscript myclass] but
> > > obviously it won't work, in fact I'd have to start pd with -path
> > python
> > > or put the script into the patch's folder and put no namespace for the
> > > script file reconized, same thing with tcl scripts, etc...
> > > I'd add that a good taxonomy should take into account any pd and
> > > external related files.
> > Using no namespace, no preffix is what started this whole mess.
> > Tom
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