[PD] pdlua compiling on mac
marius.schebella at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 03:08:39 CET 2007
ok, I am trying now to statically link the lua library and I only have
one more (small I guess) problem, that is, that the compiler doesnot
find m_pd.h, I dont know where to put a line like this into the
I = -I../../../pd/src
actually I tried that, and that is relative to the directory where I run
make -f Makefile.static lua.pd_darwin
but it does not work.
I took this line from another makefile (for linux). So I don't know,
what the reason is, why it is not working.
I am sure this is an easy fix, and probably I will then also figure out
how to include this into pd-extended...
Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> On Dec 2, 2007, at 8:16 AM, Claude Heiland-Allen wrote:
>> marius schebella wrote:
>>> still not luck. here is the error I am getting now,
>>> `test -f
>>> /Users/marius/devel/pd-rsync/pd-extended/externals/hcs/lua.libs &&
>>> cat /Users/marius/devel/pd-rsync/pd-extended/externals/hcs/lua.libs`
>> Maybe the lua.libs file should contain some flags to link with Lua,
>> but I'm not familiar with this build system...
>> The "symbol not found" errors are because the Lua installation isn't
>> found. I guess the simplest solution would be to try a static build,
>> get the development version for this:
>> and follow the instructions in the INSTALL file in the Static section.
>> Hope this helps,
> Sounds like this should be in pure-data CVS and integrated into
> Pd-extended. I'll be happy to help with that if you guys want.
> For Mac OS X, it looks like Fink has the packages you need:
> root at macosx104-powerpc.idmi.poly.edu:~ > fink list lua
> Information about 7424 packages read in 4 seconds.
> lua 5.0.2-1005 Small, compilable scripting language
> lua-shlibs 5.0.2-1005 lua shared libraries
> lua51 5.1.2-3 Small and fast embeddable scripting
> lua51-dev 5.1.2-3 Files needed to make Lua/C bindings
> lua51-shlibs 5.1.2-3 Shared libraries for linking Lua 5.1
> tolua 5.0-12 Greatly simplifies the integration
> of C/C++
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