[PD] Run bash script from Puredata?
mariomey at gmail.com
Thu Nov 28 00:56:51 CET 2013
On 27/11/13 19:51, yvan volochine wrote:
> On 27/11/13 23:33, Mario Mey wrote:
>> I want to run a bash script (file.sh) from inside PureData, on Linux.
>> I do this on Python, using subprocess.Popen(['/home/mario/script1.sh']).
>> *More information of what I'm looking for:* 'script1.sh' has
>> 'gnome-terminal -e "/home/mario/script2.sh"' inside. So, a console
>> terminal is opened (running the script) and, when I close the python
>> code running, the subprocess "script1.sh" is closed... but the console
>> with "script2.sh" running isn't.
>> The "script2.sh" I want not to be closed will:
>> - kill PureData
>> - kill Jack
>> - run Jack again (with different frequency rate and frame/buffer)
>> - run PureData (other patch)
>> - run BlenderPlayer
> why not just use a script (in what you want, ruby, python, ....) which:
> - launch jack
> - launch pd
> - kill pd
> - kill jack
> - etc...
> so you don't fiddle around with objects like [shell] and all..
> looks more straightforward to me
Because I want to run that script by sending an OSC message to PureData
(from a tablet).
> my 0.2$...
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