Jose Rafael Subía Valdez
jsubiavaldez at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 16:32:56 CEST 2012
yes.. I know it is not the best solution. but as I understood, there was no problem with the library (collection of abstractions), the issue is that [list-abs] (absolute value abstraction) doesn't load. you can also rename de abstraction instead of applying it as a subpatch. As I said, I really don't know why that abstraction does not load while the others of that library load with no problem.
On Jul 11, 2012, at 4:12 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
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>> Actually, that lib is a bunch of externals so declare doesnt
> to avoid confusion, i want to add that "list-abs" is a bunch of
> iirc, declare's "-lib" flag might not work as expected on (older
> versions? of ) Pd-vanilla for this specific case. this may or may not
> be "fixed" with 0.43.
> (most likely, it will work if you have the "import" library loaded before)
> in any case, you could add an _additional_ "-path list-abs" to
> declare's arguments.
>> apply... I dont know exactly why it happens, but it does... I had
>> the same issue... what I did is, I opened the [list-abs]
>> abstraction that stands for list absolute value and made a
>> subpatch with its content.
> sure. but i'd say that turning re-usable abstractions into subpatches
> is bad practice.
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