• software-materialism

    I made an issue. Does it make big difference in terms of development to base purr-data on upstream vanilla?

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    Yes, it works on linux 0.46-7 vanilla

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    Thanks, it works both binary you provide and recompiled with jack support.
    It looks awesome!
    What version of Pd is that? I'm asking because it seems that [array] object is absent and [netreceive] has old syntax.
    I have no experience with aur packages, but I hope to find some spare time to get into it and make PKGBUILD in the future.
    purr_data.png

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    cool, I will give it a try as soon as you make this release available. So I stay tuned.

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    cool, this means true cross-platform ;) I wonder whether linux is third different story. @whale-av What resources do you recommend to get started with Tcl/Tk with focus on Pd? Actually I am not disgusted with aesthetics of Pd interface, I'm more interested in using Pd as a platform.

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    Great and refreshing idea! Is it possible to use nw.js GUI as drop-in replacement for pd-gui? Do I need the whole l2ork distribution? I work on Arch Linux and use vanilla Pd.

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    Nice, I beg you for some hints how to adapt it to vanilla 0.46.7.

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    of course! how could I miss it? this katja's page is a nice addition to M.Puckette helps. thanks guys!

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    Hi,
    Does someone know how to implement pitch shift using [delwrite~] and [vd~]?
    How to use Doppler effect to achieve this?

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    Hi,
    Lets just look at screenshots in attachment.
    I was just trying to run pdj. Before, under debian wheezy, everything was working perfectly. I developed some classes and loaded bunch of ones addressed originally to maxmsp.
    I has recently switched to ubuntu 14.04, successfully compiled pdj but after banging my head against wall I just don't know how to deal with this strange bug (?).
    This blows pd in general, I mean there is no way to draw something visible on canvas afterwards or even ctl+n does not open new emtpy window.
    Those error messages means nothing to me. I don't tcl. Of course I did some goggling but found some random posts from matplotlib community.
    Any hints?

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    Yes, I meant those strange red messages. I've written mail to an author of library, but no answer yet. Btw it's pity that this very nice external is not under active maintenance. I've recently dived into source code but had no enough time to do it profoundly and be constructive.

    ps. I didn't upload screenshots, sorry

    http://www.pdpatchrepo.info/hurleur/Screenshot_from_2014-06-15_20_55_21.png

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  • software-materialism

    Yes, I meant those strange red messages. I've written mail to an author of library, but no answer yet. Btw it's pity that this very nice external is not under active maintenance. I've recently dived into source code but had no enough time to do it profoundly and be constructive.

    ps. I didn't upload screenshots, sorry

    http://www.pdpatchrepo.info/hurleur/Screenshot_from_2014-06-15_20_55_21.png

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