[PD] Direct-from-disk audio with position, loop, varispeed

Thomas Grill gr at grrrr.org
Tue Oct 8 18:14:41 CEST 2013

you are right, there should be a packaging, or integration into pd-extended
- but actually, i am not currently maintaining my externals at all because
of a serious lack of time. They "just work" (or they don't).
I have tried for years, but no one seems interested in volunteering to
package or integrate flext and flext-based externals (xsample, py, dyn~,
pool, fsplay~, clk, zeroconf and many others) for more general use.

2013/10/8 Jamie Bullock <jamie at jamiebullock.com>

> On 8 Oct 2013, at 16:12, Jamie Bullock <jamie at jamiebullock.com> wrote:
> On 8 Oct 2013, at 15:37, Thomas Grill <gr at grrrr.org> wrote:
> Hi Jamie,
> thanks for the effort! - would you mind sending me the binary?
> Please also let me know whether it works for your task.
> Hi,
> I've uploaded the binary here: http://d.pr/f/UkwJ
> We're using readanysf~ for now since there are ready-built binaries for
> both Mac and Windows we can just drop into our deployment builds with curl.
> Just to clarify, the advantage of readanysf~ here is that it is "packaged"
> with the requisite dependencies. I find this very helpful, and I don't
> think it would take much to package up fsplay~ in a similar way i.e. with
> libsndfile, libvorbis or whatever zipped up in the same directory as
> fsplay~ with the "rpaths" in the binary modified accordingly.
> Of course, I also appreciate you are maintaining a massive amount of
> externals, not just this one, so the above approach may be unfeasible.
> Jamie

Thomas Grill
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