[PD] Pd 0.50 and gem windows 32b error with libwinpthread-1.dll
jmmmpais at gmail.com
Thu Nov 28 20:54:25 CET 2019
I tried it finally today. Here are some results:
- replacing Pd's libwinpthread-1.dll with Gem's does work. I didn't spend
enough time to see if something else in Pd has gone wrong due to that.
- When I open my patch, the Visual C++ Runtime crashes. The solution seems
to be to replace [declare -stdlib Gem] with -stdpath Gem. Which is weird,
because Gem.dll isn't being loaded anymore (no mention to it in the
console), but the objects all open with no issues. The same happens when
opening any Gem help patch, although the library isn't being loaded, all
This change doesn't work in the 64b version, though (which is irrelevant
for now, as [leapmotion] isn't compiled for it yet.)
Am Di., 19. Nov. 2019 um 11:43 Uhr schrieb IOhannes m zmoelnig <
zmoelnig at iem.at>:
> On 25.08.19 22:09, João Pais wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > while trying out pd 0.5, I can start gem. When initializing gem, the
> > error appears: pthread_cond_timedwait_relative_np not found in
> > libwinpthread-1.dll [translated from German]. replacing the dll with the
> > one included in gem doesn't solve the problem.
> > Or could that be provoked by any other program installed in the system?
> > Current system is windows 10+7 64b, running Pd 32b.
> to be honest i haven't really found a way to fix this :-(
> (short of switching to 64bit for both Pd and Gem)
> there's some compatibility problem between the Pd-32bit build and the
> Gem-32bit build for Windows.
> both ship a "libwinpthread-1.dll", but unfortunately they are incompatible.
> you might try to replace the "libwinpthread-1.dll" that comes with Pd
> (in the PD/bin/ folder) with the one that comes with Gem (in the Gem/
> keep the original version around, in case things go havoc.
> PS: sorry for the answer time. i was occupied by other things...
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