[PD] test audio signals: Are there <~ and >~ objects?

Alexandre Torres Porres porres at gmail.com
Mon Feb 6 18:25:28 CET 2017

2017-02-06 11:02 GMT-02:00 Christof Ressi <christof.ressi at gmx.at>:

> > - iirc cyclone provides them too
> yes, part of the 'nettles' lib (which comes with cyclone). At least that's
> true for the old cyclone which came with Pd extended.

not actually true...

cyclone, in Pd Extended, up to version alpha56, used to offer such objects
as part of the "cyclone" library - there was no such thing as 'nettles'
library then, or any reference to 'nettles' for the end user... see excerpt
from the original readme

"* cyclone sub-library, taking care of loading hammer and sickle, and which
itself contains: a small set of operators (!-, !/, ==~, !=~, <~, <=~, >~,
>=~, !-~, !/~, %~, +=~); an importing mechanism provided by the cyclone

After Pd-Extended and under a new maintenance phase, cyclone 0.1alpha57 and
0.2beta got rid of the cyclone library and created a new library named
'nettles', so this is currently available as such only in cyclone 0.2 from

we've been now working on an update of cyclone (cyclone 0.3), and we are
reverting this library back to the original name "cyclone", cause we
consider that this change was unnecessary and broke backwards
compatibility, but it'll will include only these non alphanumeric operators
(there are 12 of them, only 3 of which are also in zexy: <~, >~ and ==~)

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