[PD] pd-extended-0.43.1 win32

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Fri May 13 18:31:52 CEST 2011

You might want to swap in a version of the 'vanilla' lib that has been  
optimized for SSE3 that gives you much, much faster audio, for  
example.  Or you might want to work on a patch that needs to be  
compatible with 0.42 but use all the nice, new editing features.  Then  
you could instead load 'vanilla-0.42'

Yes, this is adding complexity, but by the time its ready for release,  
it should be transparent to everyone unless they want to know. Also,  
in one sense, it is making it simpler since there will be only one  
mechanism for loading libraries rather than built-in, 'extra', and  


On May 13, 2011, at 9:51 AM, Derek Holzer wrote:

> And this is because you might want to use Pd without using any of  
> the objects? One gets the feeling things have become unnecessarily  
> complex...
> D.
> On 5/13/11 3:15 PM, 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)
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