[PD] gridflow issues
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Tue Apr 26 15:42:49 CEST 2011
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On 2011-04-26 15:23, yvan volochine wrote:
> salut Matthieu
> another question:
> is there a way to force gridflow external to load from a specified path?
> ie: I'm trying to setup pd-vanilla wth gridflow-9.13 where the user
> already has pd-extended with gridflow-9.12.
> (don't ask me why =)
> gridflow.pd_linux (9.12) is in ~/pd-externals/gridflow
> gridflow.pd_linux (9.13) is in ~/pd-vanilla-externals/gridflow-9.13
> problem is that pd -lib gridflow (with the new path to 9.13) still loads
> the one from pd-externals (9.12) although ~/pd-externals/gridflow is
> *not* in his path.
> is there any workaround to this ?
~/pd-externals/ is _always_ in the path.
you might be able to turn this off, by specifying "-nostdpath", though
this will also turn off searching of .../pd/extra/
anyhow, if you add ~/pd-vanilla-externals/gridflow-9.13 to your search
paths (e.g. using the "-path" flag) , then the gridflow found therein
should take precedence over the one in ~/pd-externals/
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