[PD] Toughts on PD vs. Max stability on macintels on analogindustries.com

chris clepper cgclepper at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 20:50:22 CET 2011

It's a missed opportunity for everyone involved.  Here was a developer of
audio plugins with a lot of experience who could have provided a lot of
valuable feedback, but chose not to do so.  It doesn't take that much time
to fire off the crash log to the list or post something on Sourceforge, plus
he would have a lot more direct interaction with the Pd developers.  Could
have been a mutually beneficial relationship.

On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Peter Kirn <peter at createdigitalmedia.net>wrote:

> Re-posting as my previous post got scrubbed - sorry, Thunderbird is
> convinced Pd-list archives are rich HTML. Doh. ;)
> Anyway, I understand now - Chris is complaining generally about stability,
> not about vst~. It's troubling, but he's not going into specifics, so it's
> hard to know how to respond. I am genuinely curious about what's causing his
> troubles; I suspect it isn't his imagination, so that makes me wonder what
> the cause is.
> As for the UI - well, I think everyone's aware of the situation there.
> For audio interface setting persistence, I see that is now improved in
> Pd-extended; don't know if that's a patch worth making to Vanilla. It's a
> question that comes up a lot, and I don't know enough about the state of
> that feature, but I'd be curious to know.
> Peter
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