[PD] declare -lib discrepancy
Henri Augusto Bisognini
msndohenri at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 26 02:53:00 CEST 2019
Did you set the search paths identically on both PCs?
De: Pd-list <pd-list-bounces at lists.iem.at> em nome de Ed Kelly via Pd-list <pd-list at lists.iem.at>
Enviado: quarta-feira, 25 de setembro de 2019 21:34
Para: Pd-List <pd-list at mail.iem.at>
Assunto: [PD] declare -lib discrepancy
So, I have two PCs. One is a a desktop and one is a laptop.
Both have Intel i5 Sandy Bridge processors.
Both are running Debian stretch.
Both are running Pd 0.49, and libraries are installed via Deken system.
On my desktop, after creating a [declare -lib creb] object it makes no difference, and I have to type [creb/eadsr~] for example to get the object to load.
On my laptop, I can load objects after declaring the library. I can just type a [declare -lib creb] object and then use as many [eadsr~] objects as I like. Declare does not seem to work on my desktop.
Is this an issue with regards to superuser permissions or configuration files (not .pdrc, surely) I'm really stumped, and it means I cannot make my libraries of externals and abstractions to work for other people if I cannot even determine why they do or do not work in my own situation. I may have overlooked something stupid, in which case I'll happily take the whip from you, but I think I'm too close to work out what's wrong.
Pls Help :-(
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