[PD] [PD-announce] pd 0.43-0 released
hans at at.or.at
Wed Mar 23 19:02:02 CET 2011
On Mar 23, 2011, at 5:14 AM, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:
> Miller, all other devs, contributors etc.
> Thanks for the new release!
> Quick feedback from a *very* quick session on Ubuntu 10.04.
> Compiled and installed with ./configure --prefix=/home/lorenzo/bin/
> pd-vanilla so this is not a full system-wide install test.
Which ./configure? The one in pd/ or the one in pd/src/?
> - Everything went well audio works with both alsa and jack. alsa-
> midi also works.
> - Maybe due to specifying the PREFIX I don't get the error dmotd gets
> - Where does pd pick the path for gui-rewrite plugins?
> In my case it seems to search in /home/lorenzo/src/pd-gui-rewrite/
> startup/ which actually relates to another development version I was
> messing with.
Perhaps that's from your ~/.pdsettings?
> - As for the aesthetics issues. I'm personally happy with the
> 'standard' white canvas (fonts seem to be erratic at every install):
> would it make sense to create a simple configuration file in the
> form param=value holding the values as in he example Hans provided
> maybe with simpler-to-read entries (making it up):
> canvas.fontface='DejaVu Sans Mono'
> ui.fontface='Dejavu Sans'
The Tcl/Tk 'option' command is not far off of the above, and its much
better documented, and well known by many people, so there are more
people to ask. Here's an example:
> That's it for now.
> Miller Puckette wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Pd version 0.43-0 is available on http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/software.htm
>> or via git from sourceforge:
>> git clone git://pure-data.git.sourceforge.net/gitroot/pure-data/
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