[PD] Cyclone help patches & issue list
msp at ucsd.edu
Mon Dec 15 22:46:22 CET 2014
Just FYI…. Joe Deken of newblankets.org is considering making a repository
of external objects compatible with Pd vanilla. I think almost all the
objects in Pd extended will work with vanilla (and if I find out what
specific changes vanilla would need to allow the others, I'd be happy to
try to provide them). It seems like maintaining compiled versions of the
libs is an easier thing to do than maintaining all of Pd Extended.
On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 07:36:59PM -0200, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
> > I could put the compiled libraries somewhere online,
> > but do not expect a neat installer.
> No need for installers. If it's somewhere just compiled for the major
> systems and with the source code for nerds everywhere is cool ;)
> > There is no indication a new Extended release
> > will happen any time soon.
> I know, that's a bummer :( and that's why putting the library for download
> seems important.
> > the formula in the code is the same as found
> > in the Max5 documentation
> yeah, but does it show you how to calculate the coefficients besides the
> 2014-12-15 16:08 GMT-02:00 Fred Jan Kraan <fjkraan at xs4all.nl>:
> > Hi Alexandre,
> > >> Sorry, yes pd-extended 0.44.
> > >
> > > sure, but when I first mentioned about versions, I was thinking about
> > > cyclone's own version number.
> > >
> > > I assume there's one, right? And I also assume you have it for download
> > > somewhere for people to include it in Pd Vanilla. Where can we get it?
> > >
> > Currently it appears only in the pd META sub-patch of the help-patches. It
> > is currently 0.1-alpha56. Adding it to each object would be a good thing
> > and report it at load time (Debug-level). But this would mean changing all
> > objects. Something for the todo list.
> > Currently there are only some patches in the patch tracker, and linux 32
> > bit executables on my harddisk. The idea is to test them on several
> > platforms, including linux 64 bit, Windows 32 bit and Macos X 10.7 (64
> > bit). I could put the compiled libraries somewhere online, but do not
> > expect a neat installer. I would consider it a temporary stop-gap for
> > the time there is no proper distribution.
> > > If Extended keeps on delaying too much for an update, I'm gonna start
> > > just getting all the libraries I use into vanilla :(
> > There is no indication a new Extended release will happen any time soon.
> > >
> > > cheers
> > >
> > > ps. while we're at it, I have a question, are [lores~] and [reson~]
> > > perfect copies of the Max's objects, same formula and everything, or
> > > just something similar?
> > The objects should be proper clones, but I haven't checked them in that
> > much detail. At first glance I would say, the formula in the code is the
> > same as found in the Max5 documentation.
> > Greetings,
> > Fred Jan
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