[PD] PyPd

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Tue Dec 15 04:50:44 CET 2009

This looks quite useful.  Is the process management pretty robust?  I  
have a big python script for running help patches and unit tests.  It  
mostly works quite well, but occasionally there is some weird bug in a  
patch that causes the pd process to hang without notification.  Here's  
my script:


I suppose this script should use PyPd.


On Dec 14, 2009, at 10:51 AM, Chris McCormick wrote:

> Hi All,
> I finally packaged up some code I've had lying around for a while  
> and added it
> to PdParser to make PyPd - classes for interfacing with Pd from  
> inside Python.
> You can use Pd.py to launch Pd as a subprocess and communicate with  
> it via
> sockets. You can use PdParser.py to parse .pd files.
> <http://mccormick.cx/projects/PyPd/>
> I started these classes quite a while ago, but their ongoing  
> development is
> being driven primarily by RjDj projects.
> Chris.
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