• alexandros

    deken is pretty straight forward. Go to Help->Find Externals and search. Most likely only externals for your system will appear, so yes is the answer to your last question. If it's for the two libraries/objects you've already mentioned, why bother with deken and not just download the binaries for timbreID and compile the other?

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  • alexandros

    I'm no admin, but I don't see a reason why not.

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  • alexandros

    I see that the other two libraries/objects you want to use utilize Katja's Makefile system which is very streamlined. I guess it's pretty easy to compile them your self, just get a copy of each, navigate to each directory and type make. If there are no special requirements they should build without problems.
    As for Pd, you either have to use backports to get the latest (but I have rarely used them and can't provide info) or compile it from sources yourself. I always compile Pd on the Pi, it's a very easy process. Just read the INSTALL.txt file and follow the instructions there.

    [EDIT] timbreID's github page provides binaries for the Pi, just scroll down in the repository's home page and you'll see it.

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  • alexandros

    Did you try apt-get? At least [comport] is available through apt-get install pd-comport

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  • alexandros

    @60hz oops, caught off guard...

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  • alexandros

    @60hz a bug report should be done about this. Ι'm pretty sure IOhannes will take care of it.

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  • alexandros

    There's the patcherize plugin which you can find on deken. With this plugin you can select any number of objects and with Shift+Ctl+p they are placed in a subpatch. It's not exactly what you're looking for, but it's a nice and fast way to "hide" objects.

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  • alexandros

    Which is the latest Raspbian OS? You're getting 0.49 because Buster is an older release and this is the Pd version it has in its repositories. You should either install a newer Raspbian image, or compile Pd yourself from the source, or use backports, but I have rarely used these so it's better someone else gives advice on these or search the web.

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  • alexandros

    First of all, it's better to use [trigger] instead of fan out connections (one object connected to many). Second, never make a counter where [f ] connects to the left inlet of [+ 1] and the latter also connects to the left inlet of [f ]. [+ 1] MUST connect to the right inlet of [f ] otherwise you get an infinite loop, hence the stack overflow message.
    You should use [until] to drive your counter and either feed [until] a number of iterations, or if you send it a bang, make sure you have some mechanism to stop it by sending a bang in its right inlet (e.g. use a [sel]).
    To fill in an array with a straight line do this:

    [590538( <- this is a message
    |
    [until]
    |
    [f ]x[+ 1] <- [f ] connects to the left inlet of [+ 1] and [+ 1] to the RIGHT inlet of [f ]
    |
    [t f f]
    |     |
    [tabwrite array2]
    

    EDIT: I guess @ingox was typing an answer the same time with me, so I didn't see it before I hit submit....

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  • alexandros

    This looks great, thanks for sharing! One tiny note, the output of [ofelia_number] is 0.001 greater than the number on the GUI. It's really a tiny issue, just thought of mentioning it.
    Great work!

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