[PD] standalone with preferences included on OSX?

Alex Norman x37v.alex at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 17:59:56 CET 2017

Since pd is open source you could always modify the defaults and make your own build but it shouldn't have to come to that.   
100% portable.. I assume you're only targeting one os? Which one? 

For Mac I think you should be able to put your externals in extra (inside Pd.app) and.. Can you use declare with stdpath to reference those? 

A three step process would probably be more educational though.. Install pd, copy all these externals to a given place, write this into pdrc.. 


On January 12, 2017 8:17:50 AM PST, enrike <altern2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>I would like to have a version of PD with a set of externals and to be 
>able to pass that app to some students not needing to set the 
>preferences to load the externals in every machine (neither copy the 
>preferences file). I want it to be 100% portable.
>I was reading this old post about something similar
>Is it possible to achieve this nowadays?
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