[PD] running Pd with a timer for an installation?

Patrice Colet colet.patrice at free.fr
Mon Jul 9 11:03:40 CEST 2012

The problem with both macosX and windows seven OS for an installation is that you never know when they will decide to shutdown for maintenance, if you're not expert.

Colet Patrice

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> De: "Richie Cyngler" <glitchpop at gmail.com>
> À: "PD-List" <pd-list at iem.at>
> Envoyé: Lundi 9 Juillet 2012 08:43:03
> Objet: [PD] running Pd with a timer for an installation?
> Hi All,
> I'm planning on using Pd for an installation in Melbourne in a couple
> of
> weeks. It's running fine, Pduino working, sensors working. I'm just
> wondering is there is a object (or series) of objects I can use to
> "power
> down" the patch, or even kill Pd, at a designated time. The
> installation
> will run into the night for a week, I'll be there to start it up each
> night
> but not to shut it down. I'm probably running on OSX, windows may be
> an
> option. A sleep or shutdown timer for the OS would be very useful
> too,
> seems odd these are not standard.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks a lot
> --
> Richie
> www.glitchpop.com
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