[PD] added libs on deken
lucarda27 at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 15 23:30:03 CET 2019
They are up on Deken.
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On 3/15/2019 5:34 AM, cyrille henry wrote:
> hello Lucas,
> thanks for the commpilation,
> yes, please, you can put then on deken.
> Le 14/03/2019 à 21:37, Lucas Cordiviola a écrit :
>> Hi Cyrille,
>> Thanks for the libs!
>> I have compiled them for Windows-64-bits. It was very straight-forward
>> using pd-lib-builder + msys2 + MinGW64.
>> Here's a preview (sources included):
>> Most are tested and working. I even tried the pmpd examples with
>> "Gem/0.94~pre1 (deken-archive for Windows 64bit)" and they are
>> working. :)
>> Is it OK if I upload them to Deken?
>> Mensaje telepatico asistido por maquinas.
>> On 3/13/2019 6:54 AM, cyrille henry wrote:
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> I'm sorry not to be active anymore on this list, I'm still using pd
>>> very regularly, but I don't have time anymore to interact with other
>>> pd user.
>>> Anyway, I finally manage to have a few spare time to upload my library
>>> to deken. (should be searchable in 24h according to deken log)
>>> this libs are :
>>> - pmpd : one of the 1st (maybe the 1st) open source, generic,
>>> particular based, physical modelling library. It was developed more
>>> than 15 years ago, major update was made 10 years ago. Nowadays,
>>> development is mostly inactive, not because this lib is abandoned, but
>>> because it do everything I want it to do. It is efficient, stable and
>>> well documented.
>>> - shmem : an object and abstractions allowing to share data (table)
>>> between multiple pd instances. This is very useful to share large data
>>> between pd and pd~. It can also be used to share audio faster than
>>> using a dac~ in the pd~ instance.
>>> - nusmuk-audio : a collection of various audio abstraction and
>>> externals I made over the years : band limited oscillators, filters
>>> with audio coefficient, audio table reader with better interpolation,
>>> - nusmuk-utils : various abstractions that I use regularly, nothing
>>> very interesting except for the line3 object. [line3] is just like
>>> [line] but the output allow continuity of the derivative. You can
>>> replace [line] with [line3] to have a less robotic and more natural
>>> - puremapping (it was already uploaded by Antoine so I did not added
>>> it) : is a collection of object dedicated to mapping data values.
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