Ok, I figured out what was wrong by going through a related issue on the pd-list. Details are on the github issue.
Cheers, fd On Sat, Aug 12, 2017 at 3:11 PM, Federico Camara Halac <camaraf...@gmail.com > wrote: > Hello, > > I compiled a simple pix object and can't get pd to load it. > (latest Pd test7 from upstream/master compiled for 32bit in OSX 10.11.6...) > > I get this error that I don't understand on pd log : > ``` > /Users/federicocamarahalac/Documents/fd_lib/pix_fft/pix_fft.pd_darwin: > dlopen(/Users/federicocamarahalac/Documents/fd_lib/pix_fft/pix_fft.pd_ > darwin, > 10): Symbol not found: __ZN7GemBase14beforeDeletionEv > Referenced from: /Users/federicocamarahalac/ > Documents/fd_lib/pix_fft/pix_fft.pd_darwin > Expected in: flat namespace > in /Users/federicocamarahalac/Documents/fd_lib/pix_fft/pix_fft.pd_darwin > > ``` > This is the compilation: > ``` > g++ -DPD -I "/usr/local/include/pd" -I > "/Users/federicocamarahalac/Documents/Gem/src" > -DUNIX > -DMACOSX -I /sw/include -Wall -Wextra -Wshadow -Winline -Wstrict-aliasing > -O3 -ffast-math -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -arch i386 -o > pix_fft.o -c pix_fft.cpp > ``` > And the linking: > ``` > g++ -undefined suppress -flat_namespace -bundle -arch i386 > -o pix_fft.pd_darwin pix_fft.o /usr/local/lib/libfftw3f.a > ``` > After compiling, I had no errors and two warnings: > ``` > pix_fft.cpp:45:5: warning: field 'm_buffer' will be initialized after > field 'm_bufsize' [-Wreorder] > m_buffer(0), > ^ > pix_fft.cpp:49:5: warning: field 'm_data' will be initialized after field > 'm_bytemode' [-Wreorder] > m_data(0), > ^ > ``` > > What am I doing wrong? > I opened an issue on github about this as well: #149 > <https://github.com/umlaeute/Gem/issues/149> > > I would really appreciate feedback on this, let me know if you need more > info. > > Thanks, > > Fede > > -- > http://fdch.github.io/tv > -- http://fdch.github.io/tv
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