[PD] Pd on Athlon64
pat at mamalala.org
Sun Jan 20 20:59:04 CET 2008
Andy Farnell a écrit :
> Cheers Pat,
> On Sun, 20 Jan 2008 17:33:02 +0100
> Patrice Colet <pat at mamalala.org> wrote:
>>> Hi andy, I usually build the last vanilla test package,
> Okay, use Millers source, I will do that.
>>> and use cvs for externals,abstractions,and extensions.
>> Also if you don't use to compile with linux, use have to install the
>> tools for compiling, like autoconf, automake, gcc, g++, libc,
>> alsa-devel, jack-devel, don't forget to put --enable-jack --enable--alsa
>> at ./configure.
>> The externals dependances will come in doc files or errors during
> I've got most the libs and gcc installed already, no worries with
> compiling on 64 generally, I tried a couple of other things
> already. What confuses me is the structure of pd-ext which I am
> not familiar with.
> For example I just want to compile one external and it doesn't have
> a makefile or configure.. and I don't know what flags to set....
> anyway I will read the docs you gave.
>> if you want to build pd-extended, you might want look at this:
>> I dunno about gridflow (often changing) and flext (the complete install
>> is not easy, I suspect flext isn't ready for 64bit distro), but Gem is
>> easy to build from it's cvs:
> Not really bothered about GEM or gridflow, I just want a properly working
> vanilla with a few essential externals like [fdn~], [ead~], [delta~],
> [moog~] etc, which I hopeto build myself.
if you have downloaded externals, you can go to externals folder with
the console and type 'make creb'. It will build a bunch of externals
that will contain [fdn~] and [ead~], 'make ggee' should build [moog~],
and 'make cxc' for [delta~]
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