Right now, all of the Pd library packages in Debian are one-package- per-library. This is how Pd libraries are packaged and distributed on all platforms. Introducing a pd-goodies means introducing some kind of packaging that only exists in Debian, not anywhere upstream. That just adds confusion for no real gain that I can see.

Yes, pd-arraysize is a tiny bit of code. Its been distributed this way for 8+ years and is widely used this way. Its basically the only thing like this in the set of standard Pd libraries, so the pd-goodies package will end up only being pd-arraysize.


On Dec 10, 2010, at 5:18 PM, Luca Falavigna wrote:


code is really trivial to be included in a single source package.

I talked with Alessio, he mentioned this source might be included
into a pd-goodies package, including similar pieces of code.



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