[PD] iemguts and propertybang
IOhannes m zmölnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Sat Oct 2 10:30:33 CEST 2010
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On 10/02/2010 07:23 AM, patrick wrote:
> i know that iemguts is not in pd-extended anymore because it's
> considered "unstable / unfinished".
> i didn't look at the code, maybe propertybang needs lots of stuff from
> iemguts... but what if i just take only propertybang and make an
> external for it. would that get included in pd-extended?
most objects in iemguts are pretty self-contained (well, they all
included the same header, that provides some common infrastructure.
so taking the C-code of one of the iemguts objects and releasing them
separately, is just a stupid way to circumvent the "unstable/unfinished"
in this case it would be better to just add iemguts to pdx.
(i think forking is ok if you need to add functionality or want to
re-implement things; but just for the sake of releasing, i think forks
are a bda thing)
otoh, i hope that this was the last monolithic pdx release, which i
might make things like releasing "unstable/unfinished" things a bit easier.
PS: probably i should just add a popup where the users have to type
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