[PD] Threaded console output

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Sat Oct 22 05:30:40 CEST 2011

I should add, if you want to make sense of the pd-extended.git, read  
the 'patch_series' branch:


If you are working with it, then work off of the 'master' branch  
because 'patch_series gets rebased so that it remains a collection of  
patches on top of pure-data.git.

Here's the specific commit:


But its not really going to make sense if you are used to reading  
0.42.5 code.  I think your best bet is to start off of Miller's pure- 
data.git and start making the pd-l2ork changes into a series of  
commits on top of Miller's pure-data.git.  That'll make it really easy  
to keep in sync with pure-data.git and pd-extended.git.


On Oct 21, 2011, at 11:23 PM, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:

> Hans and all,
> There was recently a mention of threaded output in pd-extended 0.43  
> which prevents the console from overwhelming the main thread. Has  
> this been implemented and if so, in which file is this  
> implementation located?
> Any help on this one is most appreciated!
> Best wishes,
> Ico


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for machines to execute.
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