[PD] GEMMA for ios
danomatika at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 17:31:15 CET 2014
Also, from Gemma on the App Store:
> if you want to create your own Gem, follow these steps:
> 1. Get the Gemma app
> 2. Download and install GemmaLib from our homepage
> 3. Create your own instrument and GUI in Pure Data with tools within GemmaLib
> 4. Drag and drop your file into the "Documents" folder of iTunes
> 5. Play your instrument on iPad or iPhone
> 6. And don’t forget to share your Gem through our website
So you create a scene and upload the bundle to the app Documents dir via iTunes. PdParty supports this but it’s limiting in the long run as you can only access a single flat folder.
Damn, I gotta finish PdParty :P Still gotta finish my thesis first, working on it now.
> On Dec 2, 2014, at 11:27 AM, Dan Wilcox <danomatika at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is how all iSO apps work with local data. You can only write to that specific app's Documents or Temp directories as part of the app sandboxing. Temp is cleared by the OS automatically, I think when the app is closed.
> With PdParty, the built in web server provides access to the Documents directory. RjDJ worked in the opposite sense, as Joe says, in that it looked for existing scenes as zipped bundles form the RjDj website or from a local custom RjDj webserver Python script running on your computer. The latter is how I would test RjDj scenes I wrote on my machine.
> Dan Wilcox
> danomatika.com <http://danomatika.com/>
> robotcowboy.com <http://robotcowboy.com/>
>> On Nov 27, 2014, at 6:00 AM, pd-list-request at lists.iem.at <mailto:pd-list-request at lists.iem.at> wrote:
>> From: Joe White <white.joe4 at gmail.com <mailto:white.joe4 at gmail.com>>
>> Cc: "pd-list at iem.at <mailto:pd-list at iem.at>" <pd-list at iem.at <mailto:pd-list at iem.at>>
>> To: "Pagano, Patrick" <pat at digitalworlds.ufl.edu <mailto:pat at digitalworlds.ufl.edu>>
>> Date: November 26, 2014 at 5:30:32 PM EST
>> Subject: Re: [PD] GEMMA for ios
>> Hey Patrick,
>> You can download assets to the apps data directory. The patches are probably stored on a server somewhere as bundles. At least that's how it was done at RjDj.
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