[PD] on android to root n linux or not
billy.stiltner at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 04:37:16 CET 2016
"If all you want is to run Pd patches on Android"
i also need the same webpage to run as an interface on the computer.
still havent got this sorted out yet. i need something that will work like
across platforms , so far the JAVA socket has been the best thing,
its just that each platform (for pc) has dfferent ways of allowing the
JAVA applets in the browser so ... was looking for a better solution that
would also work
with android. something like a pd ws server or your aciles would be great.
i still havent found where your ; is getting replaced with /;
its not too hard to filter them out. not sure i need to have the semicolons
if i'm sending messages to pd from a webpage.
seems like it should work without them not sure though
On Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 7:44 PM, Billy Stiltner <billy.stiltner at gmail.com>
> awesome and thanks
> will look into it when i figure out how to set a wifi hotspot's wlan0
> default ip to something other than
> eth0's gateway ip
> I haven't tried to do anything with libpd since it first came out and
> there was only
> one set of instructions for building for processing with eclipse,
> didn't know pdsend was included with it.
> on another note, found these things
> also have tidied up my drumloops and drum samples collection
> so they all have lowercase .wav names as well as removed the spaces from
> all the filenames.
> now I can start cleaning up my patches that have oodlins of messageboxes
> with samples and loops.
> attached is sample selector patch
> with trying to put a really large mode selection page in a separate page
> or pages
> that loads up only a section at a time when needed so that the main page
> is not so big
> have looked at link rel type=html
> html imports but neither work right
> it's a task getting data in a format that can be readily used in an easy
> way with
> here is the start of the list
> it's apiece of work just copy and paste into your favorite text editor to
> see what i mean
> my active version of it can be seen here
> On Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 10:26 AM, Chris McCormick <chris at mccormick.cx>
>> On 14/10/16 06:30, Billy Stiltner wrote:
>>> likeing to do everything very mobile, would love to know a good resource
>>> for finding android development apps that can be run right on the
>>> android that runs them
>> If all you want is to run Pd patches on Android, either to make sound or
>> to control Pd patches running on another device, then MobMuPlat or
>> PdDroidParty are both apps that can do that. MobMuPlat is still under very
>> active development and looks amazing.
>> In the past I've built UIs in Pd, run then on Android devices with
>> PdDroidParty and openned a netsend socket to another [headless] device
>> running Pd to control it remotely with those UIs.
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