[PD] [PD-dev] Scheme-for-Pd, how to release beta versions, call for testers
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Fri Jun 11 16:59:00 CEST 2021
thanks for the help! So looking at feedback so far it seems to me that I
- remove the patchers dir and just put the help patcher in the same level
- do something with the pd builder about the scm directory
For the second, there will be multiple scm files the user needs (some
optional, but should be in a release). A few questions if people can
- is it reasonable for these to still be in a scm directory? I could live
with them at top level if need be, there aren't too many. But it could grwo
- can anyone explain what should happen when someone installs a package re
that dir? does the declare -path stuff set up a directory to be
automatically added to the Pd file path?
thanks. I'll be able to look at this again later on today, but not for a
while. All the tips are much appreciated!
On Fri, Jun 11, 2021 at 12:27 AM IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
> On 6/11/21 9:04 AM, Peter P. wrote:
> > I need to add the scm directory to Pd's path to avoid the error messages
> > s4pd.scm: can't open
> > test.scm: can't open
> > when opening s4pd-help.pd.
> > You could try adding a [declare -path ../scm] object to the help patch
> > perhaps (untested)?
> and `[declare -path ../scm]` would be a bad choice for a (properly)
> installed version of s4pd, where the scm-scripts would even be in the
> same folder as the help-patch ("./"), or in "./scm/").
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