[PD] C.H.I.P. & Pd Vanilla 0.47

Richie Cyngler glitchpop at gmail.com
Wed Nov 2 23:18:36 CET 2016

Your reasoning makes sense to me IOhannes. My thinking was that it would be
good to be able to install newer versions of Pd independently of the OS
distribution it's running on. I see that they are not entirely independent
from each other though.

On Thursday, 3 November 2016, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:

> On 11/02/2016 09:57 PM, Richie Cyngler wrote:
> > I've had the same issue on RPi. I'm no backend Linux guy either but it
> > seems problematic for Pd's available current version to be tied to an OS
> > release.
> why is this problematic?
> the entire point of a distribution (which is a more accurate term than
> "OS"), is to ensure that all the components play together *nicely*.
> this works suprisingly well, given that Debian/stable (the one with
> Pd-0.46) has about 57000 software packages, that *all* play together
> nicely.
> > Is there some way around this?
> it occurs to me, that i have posted one a number of times.
> anyhow, I'm planning to provide backports once Debian/stretch has been
> released.
> fgmrdsa
> IOhannes


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