[PD] Full stop '.' in class namespace
Alexandre Torres Porres
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Sun May 12 18:02:21 CEST 2019
Em dom, 12 de mai de 2019 às 02:32, Lucas Cordiviola <lucarda27 at hotmail.com>
> so it looks that this line is intended for a library that has the [object]
> in a folder.
> That's, at least, what i guess this line is for.
> Not sure which lib has this folder structure but may be there's at least
I think this is intended to load a single library containing many objects
like [cyclone]. So you call "cyclone" and it looks for the binary named
cyclone inside the "cyclone" folder. So using [declare -lib cyclone] works
and you don't need to do [declare -lib cyclone/cyclone] or [declare -path
cyclone -lib cyclone]
same applies to zexy...
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> On 5/11/2019 11:23 PM, Jonathan Wilkes wrote:
> > On Saturday, May 11, 2019, 10:09:00 PM EDT, Lucas Cordiviola
> <lucarda27 at hotmail.com> <lucarda27 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > isn't it that :
> > /* next try (objectname)/(classname).(sys_dllextent) ... */
> > will load "foo/bar.pd_linux".
> > This is correct right?
> No, "objectname" refers to full string that was typed into the object box.
> So "foo/bar"
> "classname" refers to the part after the rightmost slash-- "bar"
> This combines for "foo/bar/bar.pd_linux" (for example).
> You can test it with the "-verbose" flag. Try entering "foo/bar" in an
> object box and
> try to create it. You'll see "foo/bar/bar" with various extensions in the
> Pd window.
> > watch the "/" and "." :
> > (something) / (something) . (extension)
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