[PD] sending OSC bundles. + help files?

Phil Stone pkstone at ucdavis.edu
Thu Sep 11 06:43:47 CEST 2008

Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
> On Sep 9, 2008, at 7:54 PM, Damian Stewart wrote:
>> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>>> Yes, the library stuff is a mess.  I spent a good deal of time  
>>> working on import/declare stuff for the 0.40.3-extended release,  
>>> and for the next release, I plan on spending more time on it.  To  
>>> me, having a library format that is easy to use and install is the  
>>> top priority right now.
>>> What particularly was the problem?  Did you try using import or  
>>> declare?
>> i don't know - i haven't kept up with the development of the import/ 
>> declare/library mechanism, i just use a copy of pd-vanilla with a  
>> custom .pdrc file pointing to an external directory of stuff.
>> to make it go we just added mrpeach to the startup lib preferences...
> The idea is to embed the library settings into the patch.  In  
> Pd-0.40.3-extended, if you added this to the patch, it would work for  
> any Pd-0.40.3-extended install:
> [import mrpeach]
> Or could use Miller's declare, but I don't remember what the state of  
> the declare bugs were in 0.41.4.  It would be something like:
> [declare -lib mrpeach]
> or maybe
> [declare -stdpath extra/mrpeach]
> .hc

Just to be clear, does this mean if I use [import] in a patch, it 
becomes incompatible with vanilla Pd?  Or can [import] be um, imported 
into vanilla Pd?

Phil Stone

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