[PD] oops (did a bad thing in puredata.info)
Alexandre Torres Porres
porres at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 15:21:21 CEST 2017
2017-03-28 5:02 GMT-03:00 IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>:
> another example is the "purr-data"  project, which uses github as a
distribution mechanism; albert just created a dummy release that will
> show upfront and which points to github).
I hadn't figured that out at first, but I did notice recently that there
was a dummy release. It's clear now there's no other way to deal with this
page. Anyway, that seems like a nice solution. I'll just try and do that.
you can also mix and match the two. e.g. in Gem (known for it's frequent
> releases) , there's traditional releases coexisting with mere
> references to an externally hosted repository.
Yeah, that did not seem possible for me as the last cyclone page wasn't
the casual user will be presented with the most up-to-date release on the
Cool, I can just add a new dummy release, I don't care old and obsolete
code/releases are there, and I might even upload more older code. I have
back ups even from alpha54 ;)
you might not be aware of that, but deken (the plugin) works nicely
> with https://puredata.info/downloads/.
I still have no idea how deken works, it'd be nice if I can then edit that
old release so it shows up in deken...
Anyway, I see the cyclone page is up again, can I have edit powers?
and, did you fix that bug?
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