|Subject:||Re: [PD] honk -- update|
|From:||Hans-Christoph Steiner (ha...@eds.org)|
|Date:||Jul 19, 2008 2:09:04 pm|
I am cc'ing the list since I think this is of general interest:
The best thing to do would be to make them into a libdir, then users can install them by copying them into the externals folders:
Basically, create a folder that is named exactly like your library, i.e. 'honk'. Then copy all of the abstractions and help patches into that folder. Then create a 'meta' Pd patch in that folder with the library name, i.e. honk/honk-meta.pd. In that patch you can put info about the library, like the author, copyright, etc.
Then to install, users just have to drop that folder into one of the folders listed in that FAQ entry. They'll be able to do [honk/ myobject] as well as [import honk] then [myobject].
On Jul 19, 2008, at 9:29 AM, Johannes Kreidler wrote:
hi hans-christoph, now i wanted to have included my "honk"-abstractions in pd- extended, but how does it work? i'm not pretty familiar with the pd- list. or can i just give it to you (attached)?
Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
On Jan 4, 2008, at 5:13 AM, Johannes Kreidler wrote:
hi list, thank you for advices and bug reports. i fixed some things, added another abstractions und help-files.
here are the honk abstractions:
hans-christoph, can it be included in pd-extended?
Sure, someone just needs to import them to CVS (soon to be SVN) and then add them to the build system. If you plan on maintaining these, then it would be best if you put them there yourself. Just submit a developer CVS request to pd-dev if you want commit access. .hc
collection of abstractions for pd (requires at least pd-extended 0.39)
help-files are in the same folder, but also included inside the absctractions themselves.
linvert - inverts order of atoms of a list listerize-fifo - like "serialize" but for symbols, turns a list of symbols into a list, in order: first in first out listerize-lifo - like "serialize" but for symbols, turns a list of symbols into a list, in order: last in first out mergerize-fifo - turns a stream of symbols into one symbol, in order: first in first out mergerize-lifo - turns a stream of symbols into one symbol, in order: last in first out nbangs - sequence incoming bangs prae - glues a praefix and an input together to one list schange - like "change" but for symbols, outputs its input only when it changes serialize-fifo - like "serialize" but for any number of floats. turns a list of floats into a list, in order: first in first out serialize-lifo - like "serialize" but for any number of floats. turns a list of floats into a list, in order: last in first out
----TIME---- malibu - counts in a certain speed zetro - random metronome
noreprand - (almost) exactly like "random", but without repetitions. outputs random numbers in given range. rondom - like "random" but with offset as argument
ntables - creates a certain number of tables in subpatch
bak - like bang, but size can be given by argument dac - comfortable control of audio output display - displays a number or symbol in variable size hamp - comfortable horizontal potentiometer hr - like horizontal radio, but number of buttons can be given by argument gop - comfortable graph-on-parent control hs - horizontal slider with range as arguments sf - soundfile-player for different formats (wav, mp3, ogg) tok - like toggle, but size can be given by argument vamp - comfortable vertical potentiometer vr - like vertical radio, but number of buttons can be given by argument vs - vertical slider with range as arguments vum - quick-to-build VU-Meter
klist - text-based sequencer with absolute time destinations midi2symbol - MIDI tone numbers to german tone name conversion
compress~ - every amplitude that lies under a certain threshold will be amplified to a reference amplitude limit~ - every amplitude that lies over a certain threshold will be dampened to a reference amplitude pitchshift~ - granular transposition
sinesum~ - oscillator with various partials waveform~ - waveform oscillator (sine/saw/triangle/square/ pulse/ random)
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