[PD] pd~ in Camomile and pd-Vanilla (was Is it possible to specify relative path inside pd~ object for -pddir argument ?
jyg at gumo.fr
Wed Jan 13 21:35:00 CET 2021
> Re: [PD] Is it possible to specify relative path inside pd~ object for
> -pddir argument ?
> IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
> 13/01/2021 à 15:22
> pd-list at lists.iem.at
> On 1/13/21 10:03 AM, Jean-Yves Gratius wrote:
>> I'm trying to specify a relative path
> use an absolute path?
> [pdcontrol[ to the rescue!
Ok for using [pdcontrol] to obtain absolute paths.
So I did some investigations (Ubuntu 18.04-5, Reaper, latest pd vanilla
and camomile v1.0.8-beta)
1) absolute paths for pddir and scheddir work fine, both in pd
vanilla and in camomile, when hardcoded as arguments of pd~ box.
[pd~ pddir <absolute path for pd bin>, pd~ start subprocess.pd(
[pd~ -ninsig 2 -noutsig 2 -fifo 20]
works well in pd vanilla, although you cannot send a [pd ~scheddir
xxxxx( message. (but if you put pdsched with pd binaries, it's ok)
In my tests, (2) doesn't work in camomile.
3) Now a workaround will be to dynamically create the pd~ box with all
hardcoded arguments cooked from [pdcontrol]
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