[PD] how pd refers to abstractions under OS X - example of "adsr" in vanilla version
luigi.rensinghoff at freenet.de
Sun Sep 21 13:48:44 CEST 2008
i ran into similar situations in the past and use the following
Which can easily adapted if you want to copy a complicated (meaning:
consinsting of many different abstractions, that you got from
collections, built yourself or whatever).
So in your example i would open the example patch (the main-patch)
and as you did save to a different location.
Then i would create a folder next to the target location and call it
maybe "abs" or "lib"
Then i would add a "declare" - statement including the new folders (i
noticed that on OSX you need always the Full path whereas on XP and
linux the relative path is sufficient)
And the open all the abstractions contained in the main original path
and save the with the same names in the newly created folders....
That way you can easily copy "projects" from one computer to another...
I use several folders where i collect the abstractions i use.
For example i dont want to have pd look into all the abstraction
folders included in pd-extended. It was mentioned before that this
increases loading time.
So i just copy the one or two abstractions i use from maybe "list-
abs" or "mapping" and thats it....
Maybe that can help you....
Does someone recommend a different procedure ??
All the Best
On Sep 20, 2008, at 7:32 PM, Lao Yu wrote:
> On Sep 20, 2008, at 10:22 PM, Steffen Juul wrote:
>> How do you open it? Are you opening it from the "help browser"?
> from the "open" dialog. when I invoke an abstraction I create a new
> object and give it the name of the abstraction. in the case of
> "output~" that I mention to Claude the abstraction that I create in
> my patch wouldn't look like the one in the "figs" folder which I want
> to use.
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