[L2Ork-dev] purr-data side-by-side with pd-l2ork ?
aggraef at gmail.com
Tue Jan 10 21:24:47 UTC 2017
A quick heads up: I just updated Purr Data to the latest from Jonathan's
git repo (rev. 59c867e). It's currently building on Launchpad, so expect
another update in an hour or so. Also, there's now a complete set of
packages for Yakkety (Ubuntu 16.10), you can find these at
While Purr Data still has a few rough edges (mostly due to externals with
it's ready for day-to-day use IMHO, and as a matter of fact we've been
successfully running it in all our courses at Johannes Gutenberg University
this winter semester. Kudos to Jonathan Wilkes who's put a *lot* of
dedicated work into pulling this off, I consider it an amazing feat! I'd
also like to mention that you can report bugs and open pull requests at
Jonathan's GitLab repo over at https://git.purrdata.net/jwilkes/purr-data.
On Tue, Jan 10, 2017 at 9:40 PM, Alberto Zin <alberto.zin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Albert, great! pd-l2ork and purr-data are now side-by-side!
> Thanks again,
> Alberto Zin
> 2017-01-08 15:04 GMT+01:00 Albert Graef <aggraef at gmail.com>:
>> Fixed as of purr-data 20170108+git3228+1416566-1 (now available in the
>> Xenial and Trusty PPAs). Both Pd-L2Ork and Purr Data can now be installed
>> on the same system and will happily coexist. Same goes for my latest Arch
>> packages in the AUR and my binary Pd-L2ork repo. Note that to make that
>> work, I had to move the user config in Purr Data to ~/.purr-data (it
>> previously shared the config data with Pd-L2Ork, but that isn't possible
>> any more because they each have their own library path now).
>> Also please note that I can't build Wily packages any more, Launchpad has
>> all of a sudden stopped supporting it. :( Why that is isn't clear to me, as
>> Vivid, which has been EOLed for much longer, is still available in the
>> Launchpad menus. So if you're still running Wily, you may want to try the
>> Xenial packages (not sure whether that works) or upgrade your system to
>> Xenial which is an LTS and thus guaranteed to stick around much longer.
>> On Mon, Nov 7, 2016 at 12:23 AM, Albert Graef <aggraef at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> On Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 10:10 PM, Alberto Zin <alberto.zin at gmail.com>
>>>> I'd like to try purr-data beta on linux (Mint, both 32 and 64 bits).
>>>> I don't want to skrew up my l2ork install: can purr-data coexist with
>>>> pd-l2ork? Or its install overwrites it?
>>> The available packages will all install under /usr, so it isn't possible
>>> right now without some extra work. But in principle it should be possible
>>> to install one of them under a different install prefix if you build the
>>> package from source (using something like 'inst_dir=/opt/purr-data ./
>>> tar_em_up.sh -B'). The rest would then be just setting up an appropriate
>>> link to the executable and adjusting the desktop files.
>>> I'll see whether I can massage the purr-data debuild/PKGBUILD stuff
>>> accordingly, but don't hold your breath yet. :) It would be helpful,
>>> though, if you could report this as a packaging bug on the Bitbucket page
>>> I've set up for the Ubuntu packages: https://bitbucket.org/l2orkubu
>>> Dr. Albert Gr"af
>>> Computer Music Research Group, JGU Mainz, Germany
>>> Email: aggraef at gmail.com
>>> WWW: https://plus.google.com/+AlbertGraef
>> Dr. Albert Gr"af
>> Computer Music Research Group, JGU Mainz, Germany
>> Email: aggraef at gmail.com
>> WWW: https://plus.google.com/+AlbertGraef
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Computer Music Research Group, JGU Mainz, Germany
Email: aggraef at gmail.com
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