[PD] extended compilation nightmares...
hans at eds.org
Sun Aug 17 19:50:44 CEST 2008
The source tarball has everything you need from the pure-data SVN to
build Pd-extended. You will need to install all of the libraries to
get the whole thing to build. OpenSUSE should have them all, Debian,
Ubuntu, and Fedora do.
Please fill in this page with any info you discover. Mostly, the
other pages are lists of the packages to install.
To build the whole thing, you need to:
Then you'll have the install tarball in the "build" subdir.
On Aug 17, 2008, at 11:43 AM, michael noble wrote:
> thanks for the reply.
> I say I don't need Gem, as I assumed it was for video processing, and
> my intentions for pd are entirely audio. As for extended, I'm
> probably doing the wrong thing in trying to jump into pd at the deep
> end, but all the applications I have in mind for it involve things
> I've researched and found to be needing externals. pd-extended allows
> me to load the examples with the help files and learn in the way I'm
> used to, at least when I've had it working in the past. In other
> words, I'm wanting to build on, learn about, hack about with existing
> patches which do some of the things I want to do, and this requires
> externals. (the things I have in mind are loopool, livebuilder,
> cubemixer and integration with the reacTIVision based table I've been
> using). Now I know vanilla won't suffice for these things, but ...
> baby steps.
> I'll take your advice then, and start with compiling vanilla. I'm not
> new to compiling, and I don't expect any problems with vanilla, but I
> suspect pdx is a little too complex due to the way it seems to
> essentially be a collection of nested makefiles. I still, however,
> would love to have an answer to that basic question, and that is, is
> the pd-extended source package from sourceforge sufficient, or does
> one need to checkout the autobuild from cvs? It's a mystery to me,
> but I'll find an answer one way or the other.
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