[PD] patching readanysf~
jack at rybn.org
Mon Sep 10 18:56:32 CEST 2012
Le 30/08/2012 13:49, IOhannes m zmoelnig a écrit :
> On 2012-08-30 11:35, Jack wrote:
> > Hello Roman,
> > Thanx for your answer.
> > Le 30/08/2012 08:50, Roman Haefeli a écrit :
> >> Hi Jack
> >> I'm not really knowledgeable about Makefiles and C code, but I
> >> assume you're trying to patch not the exact same version of
> >> readanysf~ that the patch was written for.
> >> The patch was written for Debian version 0.42-1 (which is made
> >> of 0.42 upstream sources). If you are on Debian testing or
> >> unstable or on Ubuntu 12.04, you could do:
> > Yes i installed Ubuntu 12.04.
> if you are on debian(>=wheezy)/ubuntu(>=oneiric) you could simply do
> # apt-get install pd-readanysf
> all the patches are already applied, so no need to do that yourself.
Done with :
# apt-get install pd-readanysf
Now i have readanysf~.pd_linux in :
So all should be fine, but when i try to create [readanysf~], i get in
the pd console :
/usr/lib/pd/extra/readanysf~/readanysf~.pd_linux: undefined symbol:
... couldn't create
How can i solve this problem ?
My configuration :
Ubuntu 12.04 and pd 0.43.2
> most likely the reason why the patching failed is, that debian applies
> more than one patch, nd you might have to apply them in the correct order.
> if that is not the reason, then you might have the wrong patch.
> makefiles are quite sensitive to tab vs spaces, so if you got your
> patch.txt by copying it from an email, you might be in trouble...
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