[PD] ANN: pd-l2ork v.20130920 released
ico at vt.edu
Mon Sep 30 15:00:18 CEST 2013
Look for Albert's email on L2Ork-dev making list. HTH
On Sep 30, 2013 8:57 AM, "Mario Mey" <mariomey at gmail.com> wrote:
> Searching for libstk, libstk0-dev appeared to install. But I couldn't
> install it, because it needed libstk0c2a (= 4.4.3-2) . I installed it...
> but, libstk0-dev still ask me for that dependency. It's strange.
> Anyway, I would like to try it, but I have not so much time to spend in
> installing. Now I'm googling for Albert Graef builts. If I have no luck...
> maybe I try again some day in the future.
> Thank you!
> El 25/09/13 09:06, Ivica Bukvic escribió:
> Can you check if you have any libstk packages available in the software
> center? Also make sure that you have universe repertories enabled. Btw what
> version of Ubuntu are you using? Albert Graef has a launchpad with all
> these packages built for newer versions of Ubuntu. HTH
> On Sep 25, 2013 8:01 AM, "Mario Mey" <mariomey at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I would like to try pd-l2ork... but, when I try to install .deb, Ubuntu
>> Software Center tell me that it couldn't find "libstk0-dev". When I try to
>> install it, in Synaptic, the installation ask me to uninstall almost my
>> audio applications.
>> I remember something like this when I tried to change Jack version. Could
>> this be?
>> I use jackd (Jackdmp, I think...)
>> El 23/09/13 09:26, Ivica Ico Bukvic escribió:
>> As usual, apologies for x-posting...
>> It is my pleasure to announce the latest release of pd-l2ork free
>> open-source visual programming language for interactive media, and
>> supporting K12 educational module for the 32-bit and 64-bit Linux, as well
>> as Raspberry Pi (Arm) platforms. pd-l2ork is the infrastructural backbone
>> of Virginia Tech DISIS Linux Laptop Orchestra (http://l2ork.music.vt.edu).
>> Highlights include:
>> *Ported all vanilla GUI objects and events to cairo-based SVG-like tkpath
>> canvas providing antialiased drawing capabilities, bezier patch cords, and
>> setting stage for a zoomable canvas
>> *Implemented a new scrollbar system using semi-transparent objects right
>> on the canvas
>> *Implemented filtering of autorepeat keyboard events for key, keyup,
>> keyname objects
>> *Expanded K12 library with numerous improvements and added a couple demo
>> *Backported resizable objects and recent files
>> *Implemented native drag-n-drop
>> *Improved GUI appearance
>> *Began porting 3rd party objects to new cairo-based canvas
>> (non-accelerated 3rd-party objects can be recognized by having a blue
>> selection box and their considerably slower redraw)
>> *Cleaned-up extended pddp documentation and added comprehensive cyclone
>> *Began filtering (disabling) building of redundant externals within the
>> cyclone and other 3rd-party libraries
>> *Proper visual reordering without the potentially cpu-expensive
>> canvas_redraw for all accelerated objects (non-accelerated 3rd-party
>> objects can be recognized by having a blue selection box and their
>> considerably slower redraw)
>> *Disabled drawing of redundant nlets for objects embedded inside a GOP
>> object (for Max users, equivalent to a bpatcher)
>> *Embedded tkdnd and tkpath libs directly into source for a monolithic
>> build; made several improvements to the tkpath lib fork
>> *Many other minor bugfixes and improvements (see Changelog for more info)
>> A screenshot of the K12 module is attached. Alternatively, it can be
>> found at:
>> Complete Changelog:
>> Download Links:
>> Binary Builds & Documentation: http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/?page_id=56
>> Source: http:///github.com/pd-l2ork/
>> Best wishes,
>> Ivica Ico Bukvic, D.M.A
>> Composition, Music Technology
>> Director, DISIS Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio
>> Director, L2Ork Linux Laptop Orchestra
>> Head, ICAT IMPACT Studio
>> Virginia Tech
>> Department of Music
>> Blacksburg, VA 24061-0240(540) 231-6139(540) 231-5034 (fax)disis.music.vt.edul2ork.music.vt.eduico.bukvic.net
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