[Gridflow-dev] [PD] Gridflow Installation Help (fwd)
matju at artengine.ca
Thu Oct 26 16:32:59 EDT 2006
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Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 16:25:46 -0400 (EDT)
From: Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca>
To: Fanouris Moraitis <fmoraitis at gmail.com>
Cc: pd-list at iem.at
Subject: Re: [PD] Gridflow Installation Help
On Thu, 26 Oct 2006, Fanouris Moraitis wrote:
> The only thing that I had to change was in the Makefile the
> cp -a to cp -r because the first as it seems is not supported in Os X.
-r is not the equivalent of -a; -r applies only to directory; in this case it's
completely useless; in the case of GridFlow, -a isn't even so useful; maybe
that I should have used ln -s instead anyway. In GridFlow 0.8.5 (CVS only), -a
> So now that I have my gridflow.pd_darwin i did the following I made the .pdrc
> file and wrote -lib gridflow also i copied the whole gridflow directory to
You should not copy that directory. Instead, use ln -s to create an alias, or
add a -path line to "~/.pdrc".
> 10): Symbol not found: __ZN9CPPExtern10m_holdnameE Referenced from:
On Linux, this would be because you didn't load Gem before gridflow, so you'd
have to do this:
-lib Gem -lib gridflow
But I remember that with Koray I tried to do it and it didn't work, and we
traced it back to the "private mode" that Pd uses in loading .pd_darwin files,
which prevents GridFlow from accessing anything in GEM.
To fix that problem, you have to modify the Pd source code, or switch to Linux,
or use a version of Pd that doesn't have that problem (if there's one).
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