[PD] receive from multiple symbols in an external (using pd_bind)

Thomas Grill gr at grrrr.org
Tue Sep 16 16:45:36 CEST 2008

Hi Jacob,
it seems i got rid of the scons part of flext because it was too  
badly maintained (i don't even remember when....)
Anyway, the autoconf stuff seems to be more promising, although i  
really hate it.

Am 16.09.2008 um 04:49 schrieb Jacob Lee:

> On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 10:32 AM, Thomas Grill <gr at grrrr.org> wrote:
>> There are both skeletons of build systems for autotools and scons  
>> but since
>> i personally don't need it and obviously noone wants to help me  
>> with it, it
>> will probably not be finished shortly. I don't find the flext  
>> build system
>> scary, it's just different. Compared to how many workarounds i  
>> have to
>> invent to support autotools under all platforms it's actually a  
>> pleasure to
>> work with.
>> gr~~~
> If you post your SConstruct files into subversion, I'll try to see if
> I can help. Theoretically, all that needs to be asked of the user is:
> - where to install to (perhaps with a default of /usr/local/lib/pd)
> - where the pd source is located -- and this only if a program needs
> more than m_pd.h (or if m_pd.h is not in one of the standard
> locations)
> I realize, of course, that this is far easier to state than to do :-).
> And having to support myriad platforms only makes it harder. But I
> think it's extremely worthwhile to reduce as much as possible the
> number of questions asked of the user (e.g. where is sndobj.h? I
> dunno, it's wherever the debian package puts it, and it's always nice
> when configure scripts can find it unprompted.)
> -- 
> Jacob Lee
> artdent at gmail.com

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