[L2Ork-dev] [PD] Upcoming pd-l2ork release teaser
Ivica Ico Bukvic
ico.bukvic at gmail.com
Wed Sep 11 00:33:42 UTC 2013
On 09/09/2013 08:10 AM, Albert Graef wrote:
> You can see that if you compare the attached file lists.
> gem-filelist.txt shows the include files from a plain ./autogen.sh &&
> ./configure && make && make install using the latest Git sources of
> Gem. l2ork-filelist.txt are the include files in the tarball created
> with tar_em_up.sh -F (the same files are also in the Debian package).
> As you can see, the vanilla Gem installation has the full set of
> directories include/Gem/Base, include/Gem/Gem, etc., while the
> pd-l2ork package only includes a lone include/Base directory, so
> there's certainly something wrong there.
> I'm wondering if the Gem headers should be included at all; I wouldn't
> expect the average pd-l2ork user to roll his/her own Gem plugins, or
> whatever you can use these headers for. But if you prefer to include
> those headers then it should be the complete set, right?
Albert, would you be possibly willing to look into this? My TODO list is
getting awfully long--just added a feature where all patches opened from
a file browser are opened inside existing pd-l2ork instance unless given
-unique flag at startup, bunch of cosmetic fixes etc. Next on the TODO list:
*add recent files
*implement no-autorepeat keyboard for key and other objects
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