[PD] Cyclone help patches & issue list
Fred Jan Kraan
fjkraan at xs4all.nl
Tue Dec 16 19:12:24 CET 2014
On 2014-12-15 22:46, Miller Puckette wrote:
> 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.
I heard about that. It could neatly solve the distribution problem and
make the corpus of pd-extended libraries more manageable by splitting it
up. It there is a pilot-program, I would happy to be part of it.
> 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.
>>>> 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.
>>> Fred Jan
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