[PD] [Pd] Graphics Toolkits?

Patrice Colet pat at mamalala.org
Thu Nov 8 14:37:19 CET 2007

Patrice Colet a écrit :
> Hans-Christoph Steiner a écrit :
>> On Nov 6, 2007, at 11:50 AM, Patrice Colet wrote:
>>> Hans-Christoph Steiner a écrit :
>>>> Tcl is whacky, but Tk is quite flexible and well developed for 
>>>> making GUIs. Check out tomorrow's auto-build if you want to make 
>>>> your mouse cursor turn into gumby :)  It's in hcs/cursor-help.pd
>>>> .hc
>>> Hi, I had a look lately into your externals, and tried [cursor], it 
>>> seems that the canvas takes the mouse binding, then when the cursor 
>>> is dragged outside the message box, the selected cursor disappears 
>>> and takes place to the usual arrow. I've no idea how to resolve this 
>>> unfortunately, it happens on win32.
>> I fixed this, it's in today's autobuild, except there is a problem 
>> with the windows builds :(
> I've just recompiled from todays cvs update, the cursor-help.pd gives me 
> several errors:
> on pd-vanilla wish application error:
> can't find package pddp
> can't find package pddp
>     while executing
> "package require pddp"
>     ("after" script)
> and in pd console:
> error: cursor: no method for 'runmode_connect'
> ... you might be able to track this down from the Find menu.
> error: cursor: no method for 'runmode_disconnect
> on pd-extended I can run the help file without errors but the messages 
> doesn't change the cursor shape anymore, and the "poll mouse pointer" 
> doesn't stop.
I've just watched the source, and that 'motion' is in TODO...
here is a fix:
     if(f > 0)
         sys_vgui("bind all <Motion> {+pd [concat %s motion %%x %%y 
         sys_vgui("bind all <Motion> break\n");

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