[PD] Where is the object reference documentation?

Loic KESSOUS loic.kessous at gmail.com
Mon Jun 14 14:44:45 CEST 2010

Le 14 juin 2010 à 12:53, Mathieu Bouchard a écrit :

> On Sun, 13 Jun 2010, Loic KESSOUS wrote:
>> I did a few contributions, but not as much as I should have done :)
> I (and two other Montréalais) convinced some other French people to not touch pdpedia and just move on to something worth the time. Here are some links to some elaborate mails about it on the pdmtl list :
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001647.html
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001648.html
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001649.html
>  http://lists.artengine.ca/pipermail/pdmtl/2010-April/001653.html
>> pdpedia is for me the closest thing to an object reference documentation.
> you need to revise your criteria for what constitutes an object reference documentation and/or what is the meaning of "closest thing".
well, I meant, compared to FLOSS or the free online book "Programming electronic music in Pd". Help patches as wrote like PDDP template are the same in fact.
>> pdpedia need to be updated, some stuff is missing,
> so much stuff is missing that you may as well say that the whole pdpedia is missing.

that's true 
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