[PD] who still needs Pd 32 bits for macOS and why?

Kylee Kennedy kmkennedy at gmail.com
Sun Feb 7 03:32:12 CET 2021

I'd love to see that ported to Windows pd. SDR is fun! I didn't know
someone wrote an external for it.


On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 6:03 PM Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com>

> Em sáb., 6 de fev. de 2021 às 22:23, bbob <fluxmonk at gmail.com> escreveu:
>> Alexandre
>> pretty obscure, i'm sure, but I have a project using Tom Zicarelli's
>> 32bit pd-rtlsdr library (https://github.com/tkzic/pd-rtlsdr).  I've
>> written to Tom a couple times to ask if he's ever thinking about updating
>> it... or if not, if he'd allow someone else to,
> And I assume you never got an answer... well, that's probably because this
> is an abandoned project from 7 years ago and he doesn't care anymore :)
> I wouldn't call this "obscure", seems like a nice/useful object, but not a
> "relevant" one (meaning not "famous" and widely used external/library like
> the ones from extended)
> Anyway, usually people provide the source code with a license that makes
> it clear what you can do or not, but this repository has NO LICENSE... this
> is probably because the author didn't care much on how to license it and I
> bet it's because he doesn't care much about what people will do with it.
> Licenses are useful to make restrictions, but not allowing one to provide a
> build for 64 bits would be sort of insane in the open source world.
>> though I wouldn't have the faintest clue about how to do that myself.
> I probably have a better clue than you, but it's not like that means much
> :) nonetheless, I'll say it's usually not a big deal making it work for 64
> bits
> I'd write him one last time saying "I'll fork this and distribute, if you
> have something against it, say it now or never" :)
> you can then open a new thread and ask people here for help on making a 64
> build for this, I'd help as I can.
> cheers
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