[PD] [Bulk] Re: How to check if a patch is vanilla
jack at rybn.org
Sun Feb 28 13:43:19 CET 2016
One possibility :
A patch is a text file.
In this file each object is represented with a line beginning with :
#X obj ...
For example, a [drip] at position (179,93) is :
#X obj 179 93 drip;
So it could be doable, with the [text] object, to analize your patch and
return each object. Then you can get a list of externals.
Le 28/02/2016 13:26, Alessio Degani via Pd-list a écrit :
> On 27/02/2016 16:35, IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
>> On 02/27/2016 12:05 PM, Alessio Degani via Pd-list wrote:
>>> Is there a simple way to chek if a pd patch is made only using vanilla
> Hi IOhannes,
>> as in: install Pd-vanilla, start it with "-noprefs -verbose" and load
>> the patch?
> Thank you for the answer.
> That works. But how about a more direct "this patch uses the following
> libs/extern: ...".
> Do you think that is feasible?
> Maybe in a future release of pd
>> then see if any object couldn't create.
>> then check the Pd-console to see where it found the objects that it
>> could create, and check whether any of those are outside your patch path.
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