[PD] ceammc error on windows
oliver at klingt.org
Fri Feb 12 15:51:56 CET 2021
Christof Ressi wrote:
> I have msys2 installed, but I temporarily renamed it.
> I've checked the Pd external with Dependency Walker and the symbol
> you're missing is really present in the bundled stdlibc++-6.dll, so I
> have no idea what is going on your side...
ok, a little closer now
i fiddled with CEAMMC versions and version 0.7.1 (from 2019) was the
only one that worked.
which version is yours ?
BTW: an impressive library !
i just checked the GUI section and it adds a lot of beautiful and
elegant stuff to PD !
(even though it will make my own personal
GUI approaches obsolete pretty soon ;-)
the only thing bugging me ATM is that my cursor changes to an awkward
looking upwards arrow when i touch a ceammc GUI.
not very handy, but i will check the linux versions.
but i would also love to check out newer versions on win.
i guess they might be WIN 10 only ? ...
> On 12.02.2021 14:55, oliver wrote:
>> Christof Ressi wrote:
>>> I had a look at the deken package. The 32-bit version is missing lots
>>> of libraries and consequently doesn't load. The 64-bit version,
>>> however, looks ok and it loads just fine (Windows 7)
>> that's strange.
>> it's not the first time you write this.
>> do you have a special windows 7 version ? ;-)
>> really, could it be possible that you (being a developer too) have
>> more libraries available as part of your system than the average
>> windows user ?
>>> Are you running 32-bit or 64-bit Pd?
>> It's PD 0.51.4 actually and it's 64bit
>> the aforementioned error persists
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