[PD] vasp & missing abstractions in pd extended

Thomas Grill gr at grrrr.org
Fri May 2 00:21:55 CEST 2008

Hi Fabian,
hard to say why it isn't working. I'm suspecting a version conflict,  
as some of the vasp objects (min, max, and maybe more) slightly  
changed their behavior some years ago and i have no idea which  
version is included in pd-extended.
I'm somehow working on a solution to all those problems, but since  
i'm very busy it can still take some time to get my externals into pd- 

Am 30.04.2008 um 20:42 schrieb Langsam Wieder:

> hello list!
> i finally tracked down why the vasp examples shipping with pd extended
> aren't working (the ones at \doc\examples\vasp\pd-ex\). The examples
> use vasp abstractions like vasp.lower.pd or vasp.re.pd which aren't
> included with pd extended. (even the VASP-HELP.pd is missing). but
> they are included in the archives at http://grrrr.org/ext/vasp/ in the
> subfolder vasp\pd. (but funny that the vasp version there is older
> than the one shipping with pd extended).
> i wonder why this folder isn't included with pd extended?
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> and two problems with the examples:
> when i include vasp as library and add the path to the abstractions,
> the examples load well and don't produce any errors. but i still can't
> get convolve.pd and loudness.pd to work. with convolve, "start
> convolution" doesn't produce any output in buf_res (yes, the source
> buffers are loaded and the lengths are adjusted), "pd do" only outputs
> the sample count but buf_res always stays empty. and with loudness, i
> only get a "+" at the output.
> thanks for helping
> fabbre
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