On 06/12/2018 01:16 PM, Johnny Mauser via GEM-dev wrote: > Yes, it installed in the correct place. But is not found. There was one > line in a .cpp file which i had to take out, otherwise it would not > compile. > It was a line about verbose() and it complained that verbose was > not defined in this scope. I thought that this was only for Pds window. > I will tell more specific what i did, when i have access to the machine > again.
yes please. it's hard to fix the issue otherwise. you could try running Pd from the cmdline and in verbose mode ("-v") and see whether you get something meaningful on the stderr. Gem scans for gem_video-plugins both on startup and when you create a [pix_video] object, so these are the times to watch out. also, check whether the (runtime) linker can find all the dependencies by running: $ ldd gem_videoDeckLink.so and looking for "not found" lines. (but then, iirc, the DeckLink API uses dlopen() to open the actual proprietary library, so "ldd" might succeed just fine) gfamrds IOhannes
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