[PD] finding source file of vanilla object
agitato816 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 23 20:56:11 CET 2014
I have an additional question. Where is the compiled binary file?
I found the source code of [metro] at x_time.c, and I would to know where
is the compiled binary, *metro.pd_linux*
I tried to find, but no result. Where is the *metro.pd_linux*?
akntk at umi:~$ sudo find / -name metro.pd_linux
akntk at umi:~$
On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 4:40 AM, Jonghyun Kim <agitato816 at gmail.com> wrote:
> thanks a lot!
> Now I can find and study the code :)
> On Wed, Dec 24, 2014 at 4:23 AM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
>> On 12/23/2014 08:12 PM, Jonghyun Kim wrote:
>> > thanks for the answer!
>> > I tried to find with grep, but it doesn't work...
>> > *akntk at umi:~/Downloads/pd-0.46-4$ grep '"metro"' *.c*
>> > *grep: *.c: No such file or directory*
>> all C-source files (that's all of Pd without the GUI), lives in the
>> "src" folder.
>> zmoelnig at XXX:~$ cd ~/src/pd/src/
>> zmoelnig at XXX:~/src/pd/src$ grep '"metro"' *.c
>> x_time.c: metro_class = class_new(gensym("metro"),
>> zmoelnig at XXX:~/src/pd/src$
>> you could also use grep's "-r" flag to recursively search files in
>> subdirectories, and the "-l" flag to only show the filename (and not the
>> line containing the keyword).
>> zmoelnig at XXX:~$ cd ~/src/pd/
>> zmoelnig at XXX:~/src/pd$ $ grep -r -l '"metro"' .
>> zmoelnig at XXX:~/src/pd$
>> obviously there are more files containing "metro" in quotes.
>> note that i now use '.' as the "file" to search (which means the current
>> directory; as i do a recursive search, this will search all files in all
>> subdirectories of the current dir).
>> you might also want to have a look at the manpage of "grep" to learn
>> more about it.
>> $ man grep
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