[PD] how to load libraries in Pd-vanilla

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Sun Oct 2 21:52:03 CEST 2011

Something like [declare -path /path/to/pd-extended/extra -lib cyclone - 
lib zexy].  Which platform are you on?  Have you tried Pd-extended  
0.43 nightly build?  I just upgraded the portaudio to the latest  
release, so that might help your latency issue.


On Oct 2, 2011, at 3:40 PM, Joe Newlin wrote:

> So, Pd-extended abruptly started behaving weirdly with my soundcard,  
> which led me to test out PD-vanilla to see if I would have the same  
> problems, and I discovered that I could get ridiculously low audio  
> latency with Pd-vanilla, which is extremely good fortune because I  
> often use Pd for processing a live guitar input.
> BUT, I can't figure out how to get Pd-vanilla to load all those  
> libraries from Pd-extended that I've become dependent on. I tried  
> adding them to the search paths, with no luck. I tried using  
> [declare] with full paths, with no luck. I tried adding the  
> libraries under Preferences > Startup with no luck.
> Is there something I need to know about the syntax for the Startup  
> method?
> Thanks,
> JN
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