[PD] external libraries for Raspberry Pi - how to compile?

Ingo ingo at miamiwave.com
Sat Sep 11 11:22:00 CEST 2021

Found a few more libraries since armv7 seems to work as well instead of
armv6 which Deken was looking for . . .

Still missing 8 more libraries that don't show up on Deken for any arm


2) ext13

3) hcs

4) hid

5) iemgui

6) moocow

7) readanysf~

8) toxy


If anyone has an idea . . .





From: Pd-list [mailto:pd-list-bounces at lists.iem.at] On Behalf Of Ingo
Sent: Saturday, September 11, 2021 10:30 AM
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Subject: [PD] external libraries for Raspberry Pi - how to compile?


Hi everybody!


I was trying to use a Raspberry Pi for a change.

I'm using the current Raspberry Pi OS (2021-05-07-raspios-buster-armhf).


(So far I had been running my stuff on a UDOO Advanced plus board which runs
on a Celeron CPU.

Before that I used a AMD board - all 32-bit - i386-32.)



However, I'm using a total of 22 external libraries - only 5 of them seem to
be available for the RPi on Deken.

(I already got the latest Deken version . . . )


A lot of these libraries are still coming from PdExtended and are maybe 10
years old or even older - like e.g. [toxy/tot].

This means that there is no way that I'm getting close to run this rather
complex patch at all without most of these libraries.



So I have two questions:


1) where can I find detailed instructions about compiling external libraries
to work on the RPi ?

    (I'm more of a music person than a programmer . . . )


2) what is the best place for finding the source codes of these (partially
rather old) libraries ?




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