[PD] Nettles. Was: Cyclone: List of Issues with existing objects by Alexandre Porres
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 17:36:16 CET 2016
> It's only when the name is used as part pf a path
> (like C:/pd/extra/<~.dll) that the problem shows up.
Ok, but I still don't get how this problem manifests itself.
Don't the externals load in every OS? Particularly, don't the cyclone
objects load on every system even when declared? Because they do on MAC OS
And why do I need to use the [hexloader] object to load [<~] and [>~] from
> I would suggest using [lt] and [gt] for 'less than' and 'greater
> than' as is done in many assembly languages.
In fact, in Max, you can load [>~] as [greaterthan~], all the nettles
objects have actually other such names
[greaterthaneq~] for [>=~], [lessthan~] and [lessthaneq~] for [<~] and [<=~]
[equals~] for [==~]
[notequals~] for [!=~]
[plusequals~] for [+=~]
[rminus~] for [!-~] ([rminus] for [!-])
[rdiv~] for [!/~] ([rdiv] for [!/])
[modulo~] for [%~]
perhaps we could use this
2016-02-14 13:43 GMT-02:00 Martin Peach <chakekatzil at gmail.com>:
> On Sun, Feb 14, 2016 at 10:00 AM, Alexandre Torres Porres <
> porres at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Not all operating systems like the '<' and '>' in the object names
>> I'm aware there's some issue of OS not liking such object names, but I
>> don't get it.
>> For example, [<] and [>] are vanilla objects, don't they load in every OS?
> They load because they are built-in so Pd doesn't need to go to the OS
> filesystem to find them. It's only when the name is used as part pf a path
> (like C:/pd/extra/<~.dll) that the problem shows up. I would suggest using
> [lt] and [gt] for 'less than' and 'greater than' as is done in many
> assembly languages.
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