[PD] >, <, &&, || etc

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sun Apr 5 22:43:14 CEST 2009

I think there a workable solution for the problem of object names that  
use characters that don't work on all filesystems.  For binaries, like  
 >~, they can be linked into a .pd_linux that is loaded as part of the  
libdir.  One part of the libdir plan is to have a shared library that  
is loaded when the libdir is loaded.  That mechanism could also be  
used to load a file that includes these classes.

So a library like 'audiomath' would then have audiomath/ 
libaudiomath.pd_linux.  Normally, audiomath/libaudiomath.pd_linux  
would only include shared code, but for this case, it would also  
include the >~ class, etc.


On Apr 5, 2009, at 3:44 PM, Derek Holzer wrote:

> Sorry not to be specific. I meant the signal ones. I have replaced  
> all with [expr~].
> D.
> Frank Barknecht wrote:
>> Hallo,
>> Derek Holzer hat gesagt: // Derek Holzer wrote:
>>> I have found that using these math functions doesn't always create  
>>> on  different systems using Pd-Extended.
>> Is this really true? Because these objects for messages are builtins
>> and if builtins don't work in Pd extended that would be a severe
>> issue.
>> Of course it's different with their signal counterparts where they  
>> are
>> externals.
>> Ciao
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