[PD] vasp & missing abstractions in pd extended
hans at eds.org
Fri May 2 13:55:28 CEST 2008
The version of the flext externals included in the last Pd-extended
release were the most recent on your site when that version was
About this upcoming release, do you think you'll have the autoconf
stuff working at all? I'd like to include that. If not, I'll just
use the binaries on your site for the final release.
On May 2, 2008, at 12:21 AM, Thomas Grill wrote:
> 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
>> 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
>> 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?
>> 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
>> 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
>> the sample count but buf_res always stays empty. and with loudness, i
>> only get a "+" at the output.
>> thanks for helping
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