[PD] New versions of pd-l2ork now available on git
hans at at.or.at
Sun Oct 30 23:41:34 CET 2011
On Oct 26, 2011, at 7:59 PM, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Hans-Christoph Steiner [mailto:hans at at.or.at]
>> Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 3:19 PM
>> To: Ivica Ico Bukvic
>> Cc: 'Roman Haefeli'; pd-list at iem.at
>> Subject: Re: [PD] New versions of pd-l2ork now available on git
>> On Oct 26, 2011, at 2:49 PM, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
>>>> I'd love to be able to include bugfixes from pd-l2ork. I looked thru
>>>> the code and I can't really find what changes belong to what
>>>> items. Can you point me towards the code related to these
>>>> items, and expand on what they do, if you can? Then I can work on
>>>> including them in Pd-extended:
>>>> *Implemented universal copy/paste
>>>> *Fixed gop redrawing issue when passed coords message via script
>>>> *finally discovered the root of all double-entry bugs (fingers
>>>> crossed) and reverted all other previous workarounds for this
>>>> *fixed bug where patch cords were not getting erased (due to
>>>> fundamental fixes in the previous patch how the things are being
>>>> destructed, this has resulted in this bug being "hidden" until now).
>>> Many of the older pre-git day bugs can be only traced by diff-ing
>>> our extensive snapshot repository available here:
>>> This is in part why we've set up a git. To make this transition
>>> easier for other branches...
>>> Hope this helps!
>>> Best wishes,
>> One thing that you could do that would make the history much easier to
>> browse is to start your git repo from the pure-data.git from Miller,
>> then untar each pd_l2ork release on top and check each release in,
>> then add the current contents of your git on top of that.
>> I can do that for you, if that would be helpful. It would only be
>> worthwhile if this then replaces the contents of your current git repo.
> If you think this would yield favorable results then I'd say let's go for it. My concern is that in the process of learning the pd code which has a relatively steep learning curve I ended up a good chunk of comments and reformatted some of the code to make things more legible for me (which does not mean it would also be legible for others). I also had to backtrack some of the changes and temporary hacks until I discovered the root of the problem (e.g. double-entry bug which has been entirely solved in pd-l2ork, or the gop redrawing bugs which have been also solved, and most recently enabling and immediately disabling gop that crashes any pd but pd-l2ork). One last roadblock is that the Changelog was not date stamped right from the outset so some of the earlier patches may not be easily decipherable but I can assist with those to the best of my ability.
> So, please let me know if you wish to proceed and you'll have my full support.
It looks like it'll take overnight to download all of the pd-l2ork-dev tarballs. So should be able to have this done tomorrow. You still up for swapping this in as your git repo?
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