[PD] import object can't create under linux
manecanta at googlemail.com
Sun Jun 20 23:50:41 CEST 2010
You are right, it is not pd-extended (sorry). I will load libraries at
Thanks for the tip.
On Sun, Jun 20, 2010 at 8:52 PM, Claude Heiland-Allen <
claudiusmaximus at goto10.org> wrote:
> On 20/06/10 17:58, manecante wrote:
>> i don't know why import object can't create under puredyne-9.11,
>> pd-extended 0.42.
> Puredyne 9.11 by default comes with puredata + externals, not pd-extended -
> so to be sure, you did uninstall puredata and install pd-extended instead?
> Any clue?
> Apart from that, [import] is built into pd-extended's pd as far as I can
> tell, because it modifies some core internals. So it's impossible for
> [import] to work with vanilla puredata's pd. Having said that, if you
> configure pd to load libraries at startup (as the live Puredyne distro
> does), you don't need import, and if the "can't create" messages annoy you
> you might create a dummy [import] abstraction that does nothing (because it
> can't do anything useful anyway).
> Hopefully with the next+1 release of pd-extended , all the externals
> will be modular so it's possible that Puredyne will at that point include
> both puredata and pd-extended.
>  http://lists.puredata.info/pipermail/pd-dev/2010-06/015462.html
> Thank you,
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