• porres

    ELSE 1.0 beta 22 is out! Enough teasing, the new update is here! The main feature here is the ability to set exponential curves in the [envgen~] object as a I posted earlier this week. I'm really proud of this as this makes this object the most versatile and complete envelope generator for Pd by far. There's basically nothing missing I can think of (except maybe add multiple sustain points eventually).

    The [function~] object can also generate exponential curves, in the same way as [envgen~], and this is cool to draw some crazy waveforms.

    The [dir] object has suffered a major overhaul (with breaking changes) and includes new features. I'm also pretty proud of this one as it really makes it easy opening, browsing and managing files in a directory. This has always given me quite a headache and I think I finally nailed it. You can now also just query for a file extension (such as .wav files).

    The last highlights is that [sort] can now sort symbols, and there are 3 new objects to manage lists ([sum], [slice] and [stream]). More details at https://github.com/porres/pd-else/releases/tag/v1.0-beta22

    Almost all binaries are available there and in a few hours this will be available via deken so you can download directly from Pd.

    My tutorial was also updated to reflect some of these updates, more details at https://github.com/porres/Live-Electronic-Music-Tutorial/releases/tag/v1.0-beta-12

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  • porres

    I use MinGW to compile on a windows machine, but my project is not based on XCode at all

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  • porres

    sure, but I was actually replying to @sebpiq

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  • porres

    the new releases of else carry this new function already

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  • porres

    again, as @electrickery said, [coll] is actually an associative array and can associate symbols with symbols.

    why are you still using extended? it carries a very old cyclone library, for instance, with 0.1 versions @electrickery ressurected it back and made a great 0.2 release, me and others have carried on and now there's a 0.3 version you can use in vanilla. But anyway, I guess coll will work for what you want in Pd extended anyhow...

    cheers

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  • porres

    not sure if you've also documented [list fromsymbol] and [list tosymbol] as well

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  • porres

    Actually, better put, it seems [list cat] in Purr Data is just a limited version of [list store], which can append, prepend and do more things in Pd Vanilla. So they're very different, cause [list store] is more powerful, so it just seems that [list cast] is superfluous. So when I ask how different they are, it was more of a rhetorical question... I see now that I tested that there are different design choices, where [list cat] keeps outputting values when appending. I personally think it makes more sense the way this is handled in [list store], where you get the list you want in the end with a bang.

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  • porres

    it seems [list cat] in Purr Data is similar to [list store] in Pd Vanilla. How is it different? BTW, I don't see [list store] documented in Purr Data.

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  • porres

    @pure_datum said:

    [list cat]

    what's that?

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Internal error.

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