[PD] pd-extended-0.43.1 win32

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Fri May 13 18:11:05 CEST 2011

On May 13, 2011, at 10:09 AM, Martin Peach wrote:

> On 2011-05-13 09:15, IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
>> pd-extended removed all objects from Pd-core, so you have to load the
>> "stdlib" explicitely (forgot it's exact name but you should find it  
>> in
>> the list archives or wait till hans replies to this email)
> Yes it's called "vanilla" and it has to be loaded after "loaders", I  
> seem to remember. I had it working a few weeks back after loading  
> vanilla, but the last Windows version I tried didn't even show a Pd  
> console. There is no indication that Pd is running except through  
> the Task Manager (ctrl-alt-delete), which is needed to kill it.

I ran the build from the cmd.exe using "pd -noprefs -verbose -stderr - 
d 3 -noaudio" and got this.  This is strange, I don't quite get it, it  
just stops:


\bin>pd -noprefs -verbose -stderr -d 3 -noaudio
set pd_whichmidiapi 3
Pd-0.43.1 ("extended-20110513") compiled 03:33:55 May 13 2011
port 5401
Waiting for connection request...
... connected
set ::tmp_path {}
set ::sys_searchpath $::tmp_path
set ::tmp_path {}
lappend ::tmp_path {C:/Program Files/Common Files/Pd}
lappend ::tmp_path {C:/Documents and Settings/pd/Application Data/Pd}
lappend ::tmp_path {C:/msys/1.0/home/pd/auto-build/pd-extended/ 
set ::sys_staticpath $::tmp_path
set ::startup_flags {}
set ::startup_libraries {}
pdtk_pd_startup 0 43 1 {extended-20110513} { {"standard (MMIO)" 3}  
{"ASIO (via portau
dio)" 4} } {} {DejaVu Sans Mono} normal
set pd_whichmidiapi 3
input channels = 0, output channels = 0



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