[Gridflow-dev] no x11 window (fwd)
matju at artengine.ca
Sat Mar 17 13:24:31 EDT 2012
should have been a reply to the list.
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Date: Sat, 17 Mar 2012 13:00:47 -0400
From: Alexandre Castonguay <acastonguay at artengine.ca>
To: Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca>
Subject: Re: [Gridflow-dev] no x11 window
Ok, I was starting from my home directory where I had installed gridflow
with 'pd-extended -lib gridflow' which I think used to work. I placed
gridflow in /usr/lib/pd-extended/extra and [#out x11] works.
Le 12-03-17 12:39, Mathieu Bouchard a écrit :
> Le 2012-03-17 à 12:22:00, Alexandre Castonguay a écrit :
>> Libxext and the associated dev package was already installed. I did
>> check into the README and I only installed the libs I needed. I am
>> able to compile with X11 support (in the configure file) but I can't
>> create the object.
> Oops, sorry about misreading ; well I don't understand why you'd have to
> create a symlink for it to work. And I've never seen a case where you'd
> compile x11 support and it wouldn't work.
> Note that x11 support is now loaded as a separate lib named
> gridflow/gridflow_x11.pd_linux, and this gets loaded automatically by
> gridflow/gridflow.pd_linux, but only in the case that you load it
> Note that you should not have a -path to GridFlow's directory, only to
> its parent directory, otherwise, GridFlow's separately-compiled plugins
> will not be found (x11, gem, pdp).
> What does the log say at load time, about those plugins ? Is there a
> « symbol not found » related to x11 ? since 9.13, this does not prevent
> the rest of gridflow from loading (this is a feature actually meant for
> OSX, but that I implemented portably).
> | Mathieu BOUCHARD ----- téléphone : +1.514.383.3801 ----- Montréal, QC
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