[PD] finding objects ?

Raphael Raccuia rafael.raccuia at blindekinder.com
Fri Sep 7 12:04:09 CEST 2012

There is a difference between how to use an object/external (which is 
generally well documented in help files), and looking for useful 
objects/externals someone doesn't even know the existence...
Why is pdpedia offline? if well filled and updated, it's exactly what 
does that job...


Le 03. 09. 12 12:55, Simon Wise a écrit :
> On 03/09/12 18:11, Фывапр Олджэвич wrote:
>> yes, I know about help patches, but as Processing and arduino has a 
>> list of
>> all available commands and operators on a web-site (and it is 
>> douwnloadable)
>> - it is easear to find objects and commands, which you don't know, 
>> but need.
> everything built-in is listed with the right-click on the background, 
> that is all that is available without installing extra stuff
> everything you have installed should have help files, if the person 
> who made them made help files and the package you used installed them
> if for example you use debian packages then help files are installed 
> and the help browser will show you what you have, and you can look up 
> what packages are available easily in the usual debian manner ... but 
> that is just the ones somebody has done the work to package, it is a 
> useful subset of what is available
> there cannot be a full list of everything anyone has ever made ... 
> there cannot be a complete list of libraries available in any language
> there are some efforts to try and make long lists of what is out 
> there, these have been mentioned ... they can never be complete though 
> they can be very useful
> the number objects available 'out there' grows every day, some are 
> useful, some may not be, this mailing list is a fairly good guide to 
> some of that stuff
> Simon
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