[PD] print all abstractions and externals

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Fri Jul 4 13:20:16 CEST 2008

Hmm, sounds interesting.  This would be useful for a better .app  
maker, where it only includes the files that are needed.  (That would  
only apply on Mac OS X .app maker.  The .deb maker I am working on  
will depend on the Pd-extended package)


On Jul 1, 2008, at 11:03 PM, Hans Roels wrote:

> hello,
> I've made a patch that might be useful for others. In the attached  
> patch you can open a pd-file and the main window prints all the  
> abstractions or externals that you need to make the patch work. It  
> doesn't detect abstractions within abstractions though and it also  
> prints objects like [5] or [$1], I didn't find a solution for this  
> (small) problem yet. (I'd think it is bad pratice to use [5] in  
> sted of [5(  or am I wrong?)
> I wanted to make a patch that copied all the necessary abstractions  
> and the file itself to a new folder but I ended up with this  
> simpler solution...
> hans r<print-non-vanilla- 
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