[PD] pd vanilla "vs." pd extended

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Tue Feb 9 23:11:59 CET 2010

For now, "deep hack" mode is your best bet.  Its not hard tho.  Mostly
all you'll need to do is remove items from the LIB_TARGETS line in


On Tue, 09 Feb 2010 19:17 +0100, meino.cramer at gmx.de wrote:
> Hi,
> (I am using puredata on Linux only)
> I am always trying to compile the applications and system tools for my
> Linux system myself. This way I am only installing things, which are
> at least interface compatible with the rest ... but this may be or may
> be not a spleen ... only my two cent...
> There are no problems to compile puredata vanilla on my box, but the
> compile process of pd extended breaks.
> I would like to try to compile this tiger step by step and not according
> to the "all or nothing"-principle.
> For example I am not inerested in video processing with pd...
> Is there a way to compile pd extended with a selected subset of
> extension without going into deep-hack-mode by rewriting makefiles?
> How can this be achieved?
> Thank you very much for any hint, advice and help in advance!
> Best regards,
> mcc
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