• jancsika

    As I recall this is a regression in Pd Vanilla.

    I fixed it recently in Purr Data, but I can't remember if it made it into the latest release.

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  • jancsika

    *How about Purr-Data-double? *

    We're working on it atm as part of Google Summer of Code. The core should be ready pretty soon for double-precision.

    If you'd like to help participate/test, you can join the dev list:

    http://disis.music.vt.edu/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/l2ork-dev

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  • jancsika

    @not.tachyons said:

    I was curious about a few technical points of Purr Data. I know you can run multiple instances in parallel with the unique flag, but can they still communicate?

    Yes, they can communicate the same way you would in Pd Vanilla.

    Also, was the Pd~ object ever worked out, or have there been updates to parallel processing?

    There's a bug that should be fixed in the next release when using the "-nogui" flag with [pd~]. But other than that [pd~] should work.

    Aside from that, I was also wondering about the GUI. I read that Purr does utilize multiple cpu cores, but is it still treated as a seperate program?

    Yes it is.

    With vanilla, you can SSH between Pd and the GUI running on seperate machines.

    I suppose you can do that with Purr Data with an SSH
    tunnel, but I've never done it.

    Also, the file dialogs would run on the GUI machine as I assume they do in Pd Vanilla, too.

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  • jancsika

    @sensn One possibility is to use [setsize] at load time to load the maximum number of elements that can be used in the grid. Keep them out of view until the user clicks on the grid.

    That way you don't get a performance penalty in Pd and the GUI for creating a new datum.

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  • jancsika

    Nice.

    When you click on a cell are you creating a new scalar/array element?

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  • jancsika

    That's really odd.

    I'll have a look.

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  • jancsika

    I addressed this in Purr Data recently by drawing a dotted box around comments when in "Edit" mode.

    So even if you get an empty comment you end up with a small dotted box.

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  • jancsika

    I've got a Purr Data package for Raspbian, but not Noobs:

    https://github.com/jonwwilkes/purr-data/releases

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  • jancsika

    That's an interesting interface. Is the vradio for presets?

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  • jancsika

    @lacuna You can always use the "-verbose" flag to see what's happening.

    But I would suggest only using that flag with the "-noprefs" and "-nostdpath" flags. Then navigate to the relevant directory and try loading the relevant library.

    Otherwise you'll get lots of verbose load messages which make it difficult to figure out what's relevant.

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