[PD] [pd REFERENCE] format [was: Re: Pd META: Author/Help Patch Authors]
jancsika at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 4 20:26:42 CEST 2009
There isn't any explanation, so let's make one. On pd-ext, have a
look at the help file for [float], there should be a pd META subpatch
there with all tags except the ones I proposed to add:
Most tags are self-explanatory; the only one that isn't is GENRE. I
think we should keep it and link it up with the work being done
on the "Properties" object-menu. So any object can be part of several
GENREs. So the question is, what are the possible categories for GENRE?
The other unresolved issue is whether there can be commas separating
the different keywords. Since I'm not sure exactly how the META data
will be used, I guess we should keep it as simple as possible and
not have commas for now.
But then what to do about multiple help patch authors?
--- On Fri, 9/4/09, João Pais <jmmmpais at googlemail.com> wrote:
> From: João Pais <jmmmpais at googlemail.com>
> Subject: Re: [PD] [pd REFERENCE] format [was: Re: Pd META: Author/Help Patch Authors]
> To: "Frank Barknecht" <fbar at footils.org>, pd-list at iem.at
> Date: Friday, September 4, 2009, 2:05 PM
> >> Is there any place where
> it's explained what are the meta patches, and
> >> what should be in each patch? I never understood
> the meaning of them, and
> >> therefore, have never made any.
> > I could find any clear docs about that myself. I can
> however send you the
> I could try to do it myself as well. but as I suspected
> that I would find only an outdated wiki page with some loose
> information on it, I found it better to ask who really knows
> about it.
> > specification for "pd REFERENCE" supbatches in RjDj
> help files. Note that this
> > is not dealing with META information like lices,
> author, etc. Think of it as an
> > alternative implementation of the main pddp help patch
> area into a parsable
> > format. The RjDj helpfiles can be got here: http://trac.rjdj.me ("Browse source")
> thanks, but that doesn't really answer my question, it just
> hints at it.
> anyway, I downloaded a couple files, and saw no reference
> subatch. I downloaded rj_accum-help.pd and
> rj_senergy~-help.pd, and they were normal help patches.
> Which ones did you meant?
> And btw, one thing I would do is to download the rjdj
> library to study. is there a place where the whole pack of
> files can be downloaded?
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