[PD] plugin~ external

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Thu Jun 10 22:02:41 CEST 2010

On Jun 10, 2010, at 3:51 PM, Kim Cascone wrote:

> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> On Jun 10, 2010, at 3:09 PM, Kim Cascone wrote:
>>> IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
>>>> Hash: SHA1
>>>> On 06/10/2010 06:59 PM, Kim Cascone wrote:
>>>>> is there a way on the command line to load only certain libs?
>>>>> this way I don't have to delete them and retype them in on the
>>>>> 'libraries to load on startup' panel
>>>>> or is the simplest way to delete them from this list and put  
>>>>> them back
>>>>> in one by one?
>>>> the "paths" panel is mainly merely a graphical wrapper around the
>>>> "-path" flag.
>>>> e.g. "-path /path/to/lib1:/path2/lib2:/bla/blu"
>>> true but doing this from a terminal will only add paths on a per  
>>> session basis
>>> unless you open the 'paths' panel and click on Apply
>>> is there a way to make this persistent from the console?
>>>> the "startup" panel is mainly merely a graphical wrapper around the
>>>> "-lib" flag.
>>>> e.g. "-lib Gem:zexy:iemguts"
>>> ok thanks - will try adding one at a time and seeing which one  
>>> causes the [plugin~] crash
>>> more later
>> The one that causes plugin~ to crash is likely 'flatspace' since it  
>> includes the old, buggy version of plugin~.
> yeah I already compiled the new [plugin~] and replaced the old one  
> in the /flatspace lib
> so there is something else either in /flatspace or another lib  
> causing [plugin~] to crash when getting a [info] or [listplugins]  
> message
> but I'll isolate the new [plugin~] from the rest of the /flatspace  
> and see if that is true
>> If you put the plugin~.pd_linux into your project folder, it will  
>> be loaded first.
> by 'project folder' do you mean the '~/pd-externals' directory?

No, say you have a Pd project, all the patches are in a folder called / 
home/hans/Documents/myproject, then you'd put the plugin~.pd_linux  
there.  You can put it into ~/pd-externals too, that's a bit lower in  
the totem pole of loading.



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