[Gridflow-cvs] [svn] commit: r5633 - in /trunk/doc: grid.pd stuff.txt

svn-gridflow at artengine.ca svn-gridflow at artengine.ca
Tue May 11 16:21:10 EDT 2010


Author: matju
Date: Tue May 11 16:21:10 2010
New Revision: 5633

Log:
make grid.pd from part of stuff.txt

Added:
    trunk/doc/grid.pd
Modified:
    trunk/doc/stuff.txt

Modified: trunk/doc/stuff.txt
==============================================================================
--- trunk/doc/stuff.txt (original)
+++ trunk/doc/stuff.txt Tue May 11 16:21:10 2010
@@ -1,37 +1,4 @@
-Grid Literals
-	In every grid-accepting inlet, a list may be sent instead; if 
-	it consists only of integers, it will be converted to a 
-	one-dimensional grid. Else it may contain a single "#" sign and 
-	integers on both sides of it, where the ones to the left of it are 
-	fed as arguments to an imaginary [#redim] object and the one to the 
-	right of it are fed through that [#redim]. 
- 	In every grid-accepting inlet, an integer or float may also be sent; 
-	it will be converted to a zero-dimensional grid (a scalar). 
 
-Grid Protocol
-	a grid has an associated number type that defines what are the possible values for its elements 
-	(and how much space it takes). the default is int32. 
-	a single-dimensional grid of 3 elements (a triplet) is called dim(3). a 
-	three-dimensional grid of 240 rows of 320 columns of triplets is called 
-	dim(240,320,3). 
- 	There is a sequence in which elements of a Grid are stored and 
-	transmitted.  Dimension 0 is called "first" and dimension N-1 is 
-	called "last". They are called so because if you select a 
-	position in the first dimension of a grid, the selected part is of the same 
-	shape minus the first dimension; so in dim(240,320,3) if you select 
-	row 51 (or whichever valid row number), you get a dim(320,3). if you select 
-	a subpart two more times you get to a single number. 
- 	At each such level, elements are sent/stored in their numeric order, 
-	and are numbered using natural numbers starting at 0. This ordering usually 
-	does not matter, but sometimes it does. Most notably, [#import], [#export] and [#redim] care about it. 
-	On the other hand, order of dimensions usually does matter; this is 
-	what distinguishes rows from columns and channels, for example. 
-	Most objects care about the distinction. 
-	A grid with only 1 element in a given dimension is different from one 
-	lacking that dimension; it won't have the same meaning. You can use this 
-	property to your advantage sometimes. 
-	Zero-dimensional grids exist. They are called dim(). They can only contain 
-	a single number. 
 Picture Protocol
   This section is useful if you want to know what a picture is in terms of a grid.
   A picture is a three-dimensional Grid: 0:rows 1:columns 2:channels
@@ -126,15 +93,14 @@
 
 GridFlow Release
 
-dir=gridflow-0.9.6; tag=gridflow_0_9_6
+dir=gridflow-9.9; tag=gridflow_9_9
 svn copy svn+ssh://gridflow.ca/home/svn/gridflow/trunk svn+ssh://gridflow.ca/home/svn/gridflow/tags/$tag/
 svn export svn+ssh://gridflow.ca/home/svn/gridflow/tags/$tag/ $dir
 chmod -R go=u-w $dir && tar cfzvv $dir.tar.gz $dir && rm -rf $dir
 scp $dir.tar.gz gridflow at artengine.ca:public_html/download
 mv $dir.tar.gz /home/matju/GridFlow
-cd doc/homepage; pico index.html; make install
-
-download somewhere else and try to compile
+cd doc/homepage; geany index.html; make install
+make binaries
 pd-announce mlist : post release
 
 Committed revision 4239.



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