raphael.isdant at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 10:46:53 CET 2019
I didn't tried it yet, but you can find a compiled version of the forked
[HIDIO] object here:
Le jeu. 24 janv. 2019 à 09:40, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> a
> On 23.01.19 23:24, noxidgerg wrote:
> > Greetings,
> > My students are working on projects where they want to use game
> controllers with Pd.
> > We can currently get the hid object to run in Pd-extended on Mac OS High
> Sierra, but I would like to encourage my students to use a newer version of
> > Is hid available through a current library or is there an equivalent
> external that can provide the same functionality?
> > Apologies if this has already been covered elsewhere. Thanks for your
> - download a recent version of Pd.
> - go to "Help" -> "Find new externals"
> - type "hid" (wihtout the quotes) into the search field and hit enter
> - you should get a list of externals that have 'something' to do with "hid"
> - click on one of the lines. the search results are sorted per library
> name (alphabetically) and within each library per version (semantically)
> compatible architectures are shown on top (in a blackish font),
> incomaptible architectures (if enabled via the preferences) are shown
> below (in a greyish font)
> a quick search on my machine shows that, [hid] is available for Linux
> (amd64 and i386) and Darwin (i386 and powerpc); the related but slightly
> different [hidin] is available for Windows (i386).
> noteably, there is no [hid] package for Darwin/amd64 (which is what you
> probably want, when running High Sierra).
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