[PD] how to log complete pd sessions

Vilson Vieira vilson at void.cc
Thu Apr 29 14:59:27 CEST 2010

2010/4/29 Claude Heiland-Allen <claudiusmaximus at goto10.org>

> Gil More wrote:
>> hi there,
>> i'd like to have log-files of complete pd sessions - ideally with a time
>> stamp - so that i can kind of rerun the whole process of patch creation. i
>> can get pd with the debugging option to output all actions, but i
>> unfortunately do not know how to store (and timestamp) all that.
> Pd doesn't support this directly, but maybe you could stick a proxy in
> between pd and pd-gui to capture/replay sessions.
> Something like peerdata (formerly known as multipd) might work:
> http://svn.umlaeute.mur.at/svnroot/zmoelnig/projects/peerdata/
Yes. You give me a great idea! I will save some "log" from "pd -verbose -d
2" on a text file and load it with topd [1], with a time break between every
command. So, topd will recreate the patch, command by command. I'll keep you


[1] http://github.com/automata/topd

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