Ubuntu: should provide a defaut .pdsettings file (or equivalent)
|Status:||In Progress||Start date:||2012-07-23|
|Assignee:||Zack Settel||% Done:||
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(for the "puredata" package, and for the "pd-extended" broken package)
Updated by Zack Settel 6 months ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
- Priority changed from High to Normal
need more description: who, what and why
Updated by Michal Seta 6 months ago
How about providing a shell script that gets installed in $prefix/bin called pdsheefa with
#!/bin/bash pd-extended -path /usr/local/lib/pd-externals/pdsheefa $@
This would cover the users who don't know Pd but want to use some existing patches. For the Pd-savvy user, we provide clear documentation about the steps to get pdsheefa running.
AFAIK, there is no standard way of dealing with .pdrc or .pdsettings (they are both taken into account in pd-extended, only the former in pd vanilla).