[PD] fluid~ for Pd-Vanilla - test version

Christof Ressi info at christofressi.com
Thu Jan 7 15:27:36 CET 2021

> but don't understand how this is
> done on Linux.
As I've written in the original thread:

Linux: -Wl,-rpath,"\$$ORIGIN",--enable-new-dtags

This makes sure that the loader will look for dynamic libraries in the 
same folder as the Pd external. This is what pd-lib-builder uses for 
shared helper libraries, but it works for any shared library.


On 07.01.2021 15:20, Roman Haefeli wrote:
> On Thu, 2021-01-07 at 07:40 -0300, Lucas Cordiviola wrote:
>> here:
>> https://nc.nubegris.com.ar/index.php/s/nRWQi3CBCdYctHx
>> <https://nc.nubegris.com.ar/index.php/s/nRWQi3CBCdYctHx>
>> are linux64/32 test versions that includes fluidsynth 2.1.6
>> feedback is welcomed
> Works for me. Your libfluidsynth dynamic library is very stripped down.
> I checked the one from repos of Ubuntu 20.04 and it links to a lot of
> other libraries (jack, opus, systemd, wayland etc.) that probably don't
> make any sense in the given use case. How did you create yours? Did you
> just compile yourself with everything disabled? How do you link fluid~
> to the local libfluidsynth.so?  I followed the thread about including
> local libraries on macOS on Windows, but don't understand how this is
> done on Linux.
> Roman
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