[PD] Pd on MIPS

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Wed Mar 11 17:46:51 CET 2009

What kind of MIPS is this?  Like an old SGI?  If so, that should run  
Linux and Pd with no special tricks.


On Mar 11, 2009, at 11:40 AM, mbutubuntu wrote:

> IOhannes, the MIPS doesn't have an FPU but the linux kernel will  
> emulate it... I think Pd should works also with ~ objects... doesn't  
> it?
> IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
>> mbutubuntu wrote:
>>> I mean really MIPS, but does pd-anywhere support all pd  
>>> externals??? If I need zexy may I be able to compile it and will  
>>> zexy run on pd-anywhere???
>> i'm pretty sure it won't (esp. the signal objects).
>> however, it would be nice to have zexy support PDa; so if somebody  
>> feels like doing it, i will happily integrate it.
>> fgamr
>> IOhannes
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