[PD] [declare] trouble
stffn at dibidut.dk
Thu Nov 8 12:35:52 CET 2007
On 07/11/2007, at 22.41, Roman Haefeli wrote:
> did ANY OS X user ever manage to use the flag
> '-stdpath' for the object [declare] in order to add a directory from
> extra to pd's searchpathes?
I (of cause) can awnser that question, but say that i can't make work.
This is what i did for testing:
Made a folder in extra called test. In that i made an abstraction
called testing.pd which was just a wrapper around a [print].
Then i made a new test patch which as:
[declare -stdpath extra/test]
Saved that. An loaded it again. But [testing] couldn't create. That
is surpricing since it's what the help file promise.
But the odd things don't end here. I think. Check this out:
$ ls -l | cut -c 1-10,47-89
lrwxr-xr-x expr.d_fat -> expr~/expr.d_fat
lrwxr-xr-x expr~.d_fat -> expr~/expr~.d_fat
lrwxr-xr-x fexpr~.d_fat -> expr~/fexpr~.d_fat
Then consider that my preference .plist is empty. Ie. it doesn't add
the folder fiddle~ to the search path. The odd thing is then, that
the [fiddle~] object creates just fine anyways.
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