[PD] finding objects ?
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Sep 5 09:17:18 CEST 2012
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On 2012-09-04 22:41, Miller Puckette wrote:
> Pd vanilla starts and quits in 0.2 sec total. (1.6 gHz Core 2) --
> without GUI it can be done in about a millisecond (so you can use
> Pd in a batch process and run it thousands of times if you want :)
> -- I see this as an important advantage.
gui-plugins won't get loaded if Pd is running in no-gui mode, so even
if the search-plugin would take ages automatically on start-up, this
won't affect batch-processing.
having said that, i'm all for not building the search-index on startup.
it might even be nice if the user had the choice to select (and
change) the behaviour
- - on startup
- - whenever search-plugin is used for the first time
- - never (that is, only when the user explicitely selects "rebuild
and generally it would be good if the user had the opportunity to
manually (wipe and) rebuild the search-index.
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