[PD] getting OSCx library to load correctly in 48.1

Scott R. Looney scottrlooney at gmail.com
Sat Jul 7 11:12:54 CEST 2018

excellent! netreceive with oscparse does indeed work in vanilla just fine,
so i'll use that for now. thanks for the suggestions!


On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 2:05 AM, Christof Ressi <christof.ressi at gmx.at>

> > pd -lib OSC OSCx/doc/OSC-help.pd
> looks like OSC is a single binary library. since the binary doesn't seem
> to have the same name as the folder (OSC vs. OSCx) you have to make sure
> you point your search path to .../externals/OSC.
> note that Pd 0.48 has built-in OSC objects ([oscformat] and [oscparse])
> which you can use together with [netsend -b -u] and [netreceive -b -u] for
> a pure vanilla solution.
> personally, I always use the OSC objects from the "mrpeach"/"osc" library
> ([packOSC], [unpackOSC] etc.) together with the [udpsend] and [udpreceive]
> from "iemnet". I've never used OSCx...
> Christof
> Gesendet: Samstag, 07. Juli 2018 um 10:34 Uhr
> Von: "Scott R. Looney" <scottrlooney at gmail.com>
> An: pd-list <pd-list at iem.at>
> Betreff: [PD] getting OSCx library to load correctly in 48.1
> hey folks, on a Mac, with 48.1 vanilla and i'm trying to load the OSCx
> library at startup and not getting anywhere. using this with TouchOSC,
> which is apparently not compatible with netsend or netreceive, even in UDP
> mode. everything works smoothly in PurrData but for vanilla 48.1 i have to
> manually load the OSC-help file and then refresh the object in my patch and
> then it finds it.
> just curious how library loading of externals is now handled. i have a
> search path set at /Users/(my username)/Documents/Pd/externals/ but that
> won't load the library. the startup option might work but so far i haven't
> figured out the right combination to load the library properly. maybe this
> one needs embedding as part of the app's Package Contents? in the README
> file theres also this bit to run it with pd:
> pd -lib OSC OSCx/doc/OSC-help.pd
> i think the paths have changed - mine just starts at externals/oscx/ and
> dumps all the objects in there. at any rate, any help appreciated! i'm
> definitely not as familiar with configuring startup libraries...
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