[Gridflow-dev] GridFlow package for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid
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Wed Jun 9 18:13:24 EDT 2010
On Wed, 2010-06-09 at 18:55 +0100, Claude Heiland-Allen wrote:
> On 09/06/10 16:48, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:
> > On Tue, 8 Jun 2010, Claude Heiland-Allen wrote:
> >> PS: I'm not sure if I did it the One True Way: ie I don't know if the
> >> package will co-operate / inter-operate with both puredata and also
> >> pd-extended, hopefully someone can point out where I've gone wrong!
> >> I've only tested it against the puredata/gem/pd-zexy packages from
> >> Lucid on 64bit, more testing and feedback welcome! Thanks!
> > Which arch is the package for ? Is it multi-arch, or is it x86_64 only ?
> The source package is multi-arch, with builds for both x86_64 and i386
> available. I've only got a 64bit Lucid install, so I've only tested the
> functionality within that generated package, but the 32bit version built
> Thanks to rdz in #dataflow I've fixed two small issues: depending on pd
> instead of puredata (which provides pd, pd-extended also provides pd),
> and a missing build-dependency on libv4l-dev (so that feature will be
> enabled now) - updated builds should be available soon.
It seems, that now (00:00 CEST) still the same version is in the PPA
Update: Claude just informed me in #dataflow that the build is still
Anyway, I can confirm that the i386 build is working. And it works with
both Pd flavours, puredata and pd-extended. Since pdextended only
searches in its own extra folder, one needs to specify
'-path /usr/lib/pd/extra' in order to successfully load GridFlow. But
this is an issue with all externals coming in their own deb pacakge.
Without having it really tested, I think now that the gridflow package
depends on pd instead of puredata, it still pulls in puredata, even if
pd-extended is installed. This is because gridflow depends on pd-zexy
and pd-zexy depends on puredata (instead of pd; unlike gem which depends
on pd). However, that is something that cannot be fixed in the gridflow
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