[PD] [Bulk] Re: Updated pd-extended
ico at vt.edu
Thu Sep 11 17:08:22 CEST 2014
If you are on Linux, pd-l2ork comes with a near identical setup as
extended, except that it is packaged as a monolithic deb (everything in
On Sep 11, 2014 10:57 AM, "Alessio Degani" <alessio.degani at ymail.com> wrote:
> On 11/09/2014 15:34, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
>> Is there a simple'n dirty way to assembly pd-extended from
>>> pd-vanilla by myself?
>> depends on what you expect from Pd-extended.
>> PdX is a slightly modified "pd" binary PLUS a lot of externals.
>> you cannot get the slightly modified pd core from pd-vanilla.
>> if you are only interested in the externals, you could copy them over
>> from a nightly Pd-extended build to your Pd-vanilla installation.
>> even better would be to just use the debian packages of pd and the
>> externals you want.
> Yes, basically it's what I need. Since I'm using lots of externals that
> are on pd-extend, copying pd-extended extras to my pd-vanilla could be
> enough for me.
> About the pd core, what are the differences from extended to vanilla?
> At first sight, I see some GUI differences.
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