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    @seb-harmonik.ar Sorry yes it works well on my recent box. Here's all the pd_linux for 64bit.

    shadylib-2.0_linux64.tar.gz

    Cheers~

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    Tried to blindly execute make on my linux box and got:

    cc -I"/usr/include" -DPD -DVERSION='"1.2"' -fPIC -Wall -W -g -O6 -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -o "libshadylib.o" -c "libshadylib.c"
    libshadylib.c: In function ‘maketabs’:
    libshadylib.c:38:2: error: ‘for’ loop initial declarations are only allowed in C99 mode
      for(int i = 0; i < SHABLESIZE; i++) {
      ^
    libshadylib.c:38:2: note: use option -std=c99 or -std=gnu99 to compile your code
    make: *** [libshadylib.o] Error 1
    

    Cheers~

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    @Pierre-Guillot can you bounce on this one?

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    @Delos Interesting question, I am in the process of learning hoa, I am wondering if there's something there to suite your needs.
    http://www.mshparisnord.fr/hoalibrary/en/

    Cheers~

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    @raynovich You forgot to state your platform. Look for deken: https://github.com/pure-data/deken install [ggee/shell] if on linux or mac maybe. Good luck.

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    @raynovich You mean adobe acrobat PDF file? I guess yes, depending on your platform. [shell] is your friend.
    Cheers~

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    Found this on youtube, neat.


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    paste power

    **5.1. release notes
    **
    ------------------ 0.48-0 ------------------------------

    It's possible to save and recall "settings" to files, and/or to erase system settings. On Pcs, the settings are now stored in the "user" resource area (before, it was per-machine, and users who weren't administrators apparently couldn't save their settings.)

    The expr family (expr, expr~, fexpr~) got an update from Shahrokh Yadegari. I'm not sure when this first came about, but expr now can access "variable" objects as variables inside expressions. Expressions using "if" skip evaluating the argument that isn't used.

    New "fudiparse", "fudiformat" objects.

    New "list store" object for faster and easier concatenation and splitting apart of lists.

    New notification outlet in "text define" so the patch can know when the text is changed.

    New "text insert" object.

    "delwrite~" now has a "clear" message.

    "declare -path" inside abstractions was changed so that, if the declaration isn't an absolute filename, it's relative to the abstraction's directory, not to the owning patch's directory. This might be considered an** incompatible change**; but since the situation with paths declared inside abstractions has always been so confused, I think nobody will have got away without editing patches that relied on it as things changed in the past.

    But the biggest changes are under the hood. Pd now can manage more than one running instance, so that it is possible to make plug-ins of various sorts out of Pd and they can coexist with each other. This will allow people to write much better VST plug-ins in Pd. I'm grateful to Carlos Eduardo Batista for much help on this.

    The Pd API allows starting and/or shutting down the GUI dynamically while Pd is running.

    Another internal change: the pd~ object now communicates with sub-processes in binary by default. This increases the numerical accuracy of signal passing (it should be exact now) and makes the passing back and forth of audio signals much more efficient.

    Thanks to much effort by Dan Wilcox and Iohannes Zmoelnig, the compile-and-build system is much improved, especially for Macintosh computers. One visible effect is that language support is finally working in the compiled versions on msp.ucsd.edu.

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    @cult brouuuh brouuuuuuuuwahwahwah
    (yes meaning me like)

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