[PD] Installing GEM on mac?
J. Simon van der Walt
tedthetrumpet at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 21:11:15 CET 2019
Thanks, but I think I'm going to have to give up. I did a clean
reinstall, went with the default paths that were created, but still
nothing really working in gem. Tried purr data, but gem is only
supported under linux and windows, which is not an option for this
project. And my old pd-extended does not seem to be able to make a
video show fullscreen on the mac. Off to try something else! Thanks
On Sat, 26 Jan 2019 at 18:53, Max <abonnements at revolwear.com> wrote:
> On 26.01.19 19:35, J. Simon van der Walt wrote:
> > I've been away from Pd for quite a while, and I see that pd-extended
> > is no longer a thing?
> It's no longer updated and has fallen behind. Some may say that
> Purr-Data has picked up where extended has stalled.
> > I want to use GEM, so: I have Pd-0.49-1 installed and working. I went
> > to 'Find externals', searched for 'gem' and installed:
> > Gem/0.94~pre1 (deken-archive for macOS Intel/64bit)
> > Uploaded by zmoelnig @ 2018-12-23 18:17:43
> That's the correct thing to do.
> > This seems to have put some stuff into the Pd app bundle. However,
> > when I try to open an example, most objects don't seem to be found, eg
> > 'gemwin… could not create'.
> Deken (the external manager you have used through 'Find externals')
> should have asked you if you want to add Gem to the search paths. Did
> you say no to that? Of so, add the path manually in Preferences->Paths.
> Did you restart Pd?
> Open a new patch, make an Object [Gem] and keep an eye on the Pd window
> console. Then try the examples.
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