[PD] [PD-announce] jmmmp abstractions update

2014-04-12 Thread João Pais
Hello everyone, the jmmmp library of abstractions has been updated. Besides minor changes, the new objects have been added: bezier~ - Transfer function GUI with one cubic bézier curve at audio rate matrixctrl - GUI for [iemmatrix/mtx_mul~] swatch-gui - Pick a color for your GUI using the

[PD] timbreID - failed to map segment from shared object: Operation not permitted

2014-03-11 Thread João Pais
Hi William, I compiled timbreID library in ubuntu , but couldn't get it to run. When I try to start [bark], I get the error message failed to map segment from shared object: Operation not permitted. Is it necessary to give some parameters when building? Best, Joao

Re: [PD] change array graph size

2014-03-10 Thread João Pais
I wanted to change the graph canvas of an array, but I can't find the way of doing it. If I have an array called array1, to where should I send a coords message? Does it work like a normal GOP? The graph is named graph$n, where $n is incremented for each graph that exists in the Pd instance.

[PD] change array graph size

2014-03-09 Thread João Pais
Hello, I wanted to change the graph canvas of an array, but I can't find the way of doing it. If I have an array called array1, to where should I send a coords message? Does it work like a normal GOP? Thanks, jmmmp ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list

[PD] [bark] analysis parameters

2014-03-08 Thread João Pais
Hi William and list, I write here because the informations could be of interest to more people. I was trying out with [bark], and had some questions. What are the limits of the parameters thresh, mask, debounce and filter_range? Or are there none, only making the analysis last longer the

Re: [PD] Data structures and click event

2014-03-07 Thread João Pais
On 03/05/2014 05:24 AM, Pierre Massat wrote: Dear list, First of all i'd like to say that i'm very impressed

Re: [PD] suggestion for onset detector - timbreId?

2014-02-25 Thread João Pais
into Audacity to take advantage of the export multiple command there. On Sun, Feb 23, 2014 at 5:24 PM, João Pais jmmmp...@googlemail.comwrote: Hi all, I wanted to ask if anyone has been working with onset detectors recently, and has any suggestions for patches. I already know T Vets' http

[PD] suggestion for onset detector - timbreId?

2014-02-23 Thread João Pais
Hi all, I wanted to ask if anyone has been working with onset detectors recently, and has any suggestions for patches. I already know T Vets' http://www.timvets.net/software/pd_autocutup.php?page=software, which goes through the file in realtime using bonk~. But is there anything more

Re: [PD] Data structures and their clickable area

2014-01-28 Thread João Pais
there might be a complicated and confuse way of doing it - by clicking the scalar, you activate a click message to the drawing window, that clicks in the drawed number. For that you would have to look around the click messages in the pd documents, which I didn't really understood so far.

Re: [PD] suggestions for spectral weight anaylsis

2014-01-19 Thread João Pais
There are separate versions of each analysis object: one for real time, and one for NRT reading straight out of tables. You'll see separate help files for [barkSpec~] and [barkSpec], for instance. So an [until] loop scanning your pre-recorded audio will be the fastest way for you to work on this.

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Chocolate et Coffee

2014-01-13 Thread João Pais
is it possible/feasible to add a switch so that "old" objects don't get replaced by the new ones? e.g. by analysing the parameters of the creation objects? if so, and someone delivers the code for this (I don't know how to do it myself), there might be a better chance of these objects making it

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Chocolate et Coffee

2014-01-06 Thread João Pais
if you want only one segment, you can use the abstraction [jmmmp/bezier].Great. Thanks!Peiman www.peimankhosravi.co.uk || RSS Feed|| Concert News On 6 January 2014 12:46, Pierre Guillot guillotpier...@gmail.com wrote: You can do the same with bezier curve, you don't click on a line segment but

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Chocolate et Coffee

2014-01-03 Thread João Pais
to make things more complicated, I would suggest the possibility to turn segments (none or all should be enough?) into straight lines or bezier curves.This would make my abstraction [jmmmp/bezier] not necessary anymore, which is a good thing.Thanks Peiman. This could be useful. I add it to the

Re: [PD] suggestions for spectral weight anaylsis

2014-01-03 Thread João Pais
ts of Hz though. On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 12:38 PM, João Pais jmmmp...@googlemail.com wrote: Hello, I wanted to ask if there are any suggestions for spectral "weight" analysis. With "weight" I mean a factor which would measure the harmonicity of a sound - e.g. white noise being 1,

[PD] suggestions for spectral weight anaylsis

2014-01-02 Thread João Pais
Hello, I wanted to ask if there are any suggestions for spectral weight analysis. With weight I mean a factor which would measure the harmonicity of a sound - e.g. white noise being 1, and a sinus/silence 0. Surely it exists a propper word for this already, but I don't know one. Is there any

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Chocolate et Coffee

2014-01-01 Thread João Pais
@IOhannes : I explain in @chocolate.pd, you should be in edit mode to popup the menu (I hope it works on your Linux distrib). ah yes. it does work. but this is different than how it usually works in Pd (where you can right-click even in run-mode to get the context menu; whether the default Pd

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Chocolate et Coffee

2013-12-31 Thread João Pais
Hi Pierre,this looks very nice. Are you thinking of including it in pd-ext?Hi everybody,I'm pleased to share my new libraries : Chocolate Coffee.For the HOA project, I've developed a C library to facilitate the creation of graphical objects for Pure Data and to allow further interactions with

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] Chocolate et Coffee

2013-12-31 Thread João Pais
Just tried it shortly. A couple of suggestions:- the properties window is very small, the text elements are hard to read (XP, pd-ext 0.43)- do you plan to have color selectors in the properties window? or just with text?- would it be useful if your GUI objects also have built-in send and receive

Re: [PD] changing the position of arrays dynamically

2013-12-30 Thread João Pais
November 2013 11:58, João Pais jmmmp...@googlemail.com wrote: you could also use data structures to copy the arrays to the display, and superimpose and hide whichever necessary, e.g. also using different colors/thickness for each array. I don't have the time now to make an example, though. Maybe

Re: [PD] Find distance to a line in 3d space

2013-12-26 Thread João Pais
Thanks. It will take me some days until I can have a look at it. In case you're interested in arrays, here is something I was working on in the last days: http://lists.puredata.info/pipermail/pd-list/2013-12/105216.html Hi João, I patched something for you, maybe it's useful.

[PD] test [arrays] - Container for several arrays simultaneously

2013-12-24 Thread João Pais
Dear list, here is an abstraction to display and operate several arrays simultaneously. It's not yet complete, but I thought I should send a test version for public testing. Something like this could be used in many contexts, but I would prefer to keep it simple, and allow for good

Re: [PD] More data structure/svg junk

2013-12-23 Thread João Pais
nice. btw, what's the cpu usage of those features, compared to normal data structures? still high, or lower than usual?Check it out:http://www.jonathanwilkes.net/more-ds.webm* transformations with a matrix* svg path support for all drawing commands* everything plays nice with Pd's subpatch

Re: [PD] LyonPotpourri 3.0 now available for Pd

2013-12-22 Thread João Pais
maybe I asked this before: are there any plans to add this library to pd-extended?JoãoI have just put a new version of LyonPotpourri online over here:http://disis.music.vt.edu/eric/LyonSoftware/Pd/LyonPotpourri/ For those familiar with the previous version, new developments include:1) several new

Re: [PD] piano computer keyboard patch

2013-12-20 Thread João Pais
thanks. I ended up using funbuf to assign the keys to the midi pitches, and make a piano layout of the computer keyboard. but I'll keep these examples around, for the next time. João Maybe you would be interested about trying attached gpiano abstraction Tested on pd-l2ork, this should be

Re: [PD] piano computer keyboard patch

2013-12-15 Thread João Pais
thanks. for some reason it wasn't yet what I'm looking for. for now I used funbuff to assign computer keys to midi values. mtl/piano? https://github.com/patricksebastien/mtl ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management -

Re: [PD] piano computer keyboard patch

2013-12-14 Thread João Pais
there have been topics about it on the mailing-list concluding that pd needs another implementation of [key] object for playing note on and note off, [hid/keyup] can help to do this, like in examples proposed in here: actually I got that quite easily sorted by storing the current value on a

[PD] piano computer keyboard patch

2013-12-13 Thread João Pais
Hi all, I remember a very old patch with a piano keyboard display that would allow users to play the computer keyboard as if it would be a piano. Does anyone know where that patch is, or if I didn't just dream it? Thanks, jmmmp ___ Pd-list@iem.at

Re: [PD] avoid phasing in phasor~ - granulator

2013-12-11 Thread João Pais
, João Pais jmmmp...@googlemail.com wrote: Hello list, I'm trying to program a granulator with 4 reading heads, controlled by a [phasor~ 10] and overlapping phases. Unfortunately I get some phasing. I reduced it by adding the attached module, which generates a random number between the given limits each

[PD] avoid phasing in phasor~ - granulator

2013-12-10 Thread João Pais
Hello list, I'm trying to program a granulator with 4 reading heads, controlled by a [phasor~ 10] and overlapping phases. Unfortunately I get some phasing. I reduced it by adding the attached module, which generates a random number between the given limits each time a grain starts. But I

Re: [PD] Find distance to a line in 3d space

2013-12-10 Thread João Pais
Am 06.12.2013, 00:51 Uhr, schrieb Claude Heiland-Allen cla...@mathr.co.uk: On 05/12/13 23:40, João Pais wrote: Hello list, I had a doubt, will try to explain. I wanted to define a line in a 3d space through 2 points, and be able to find out the distance from another point to that line. Since

[PD] Find distance to a line in 3d space

2013-12-05 Thread João Pais
Hello list, I had a doubt, will try to explain. I wanted to define a line in a 3d space through 2 points, and be able to find out the distance from another point to that line. Since I'm very bad at math, I wanted to know if anyone has done something similar, or knows how to get to it. As I

Re: [PD] Is there an outlet and inlet limit for [mtx_*~]?

2013-11-19 Thread João Pais
some self-publicity: I've made a GUI for mtx_mul~, look at http://markmail.org/message/mbxqnikey6xnjg3i?q=jmmmp+list:at%2Eiem%2Epd-list+order:date-backwardpage=1On Tue, Nov 19, 2013 at 3:34 PM, IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoel...@iem.at wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 On

Re: [PD] changing the position of arrays dynamically

2013-11-10 Thread João Pais
you could also use data structures to copy the arrays to the display, and superimpose and hide whichever necessary, e.g. also using different colors/thickness for each array. I don't have the time now to make an example, though. Maybe during the next days.OK, here it is. It needs two externals:

Re: [PD] matrix~

2013-10-14 Thread João Pais
I've made an abstraction of matrixctrl, with (almost?) the same functions. I think this is the last version, attached. João On 2013-10-14 16:44, Olivier Baudry wrote: Dear all in, Pd extended 0.43.4 on Mac OS Lion, matrix~ seems to be broken, it's not possible to use matrix connect or

Re: [PD] datastructures midirecorder

2013-10-11 Thread João Pais
Hello Rob, scalars can't be deleted actually without the GUI, but there are several tricks for doing something like it. One is about using float indexes instead of using pointer order, and then set to -1 or another value that doesn't count you can also make inactive scalars invisible, then

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] pd 0.45-0 released

2013-08-28 Thread João Pais
these bugs were also there on windows and ubuntu, I've always experienced them. They're small things, but it does bother a little, because pd patches are limited to 1 monitor - unless one likes draging windows every time they get open. Am 23.08.2013 um 21:00 schrieb Miller Puckette

Re: [PD] reverse kickstarter update: omgponies

2013-08-22 Thread João Pais
that is impressive. is the new version already somewhere to be tested?Hi list,I've got some updates to [canvasinfo], [pdinfo], and [classinfo] that I'll put in a demo build either tomorrow or the next day.I also added a new data structure class with two creators:[drawimage] - draw an image on a

Re: [PD] reverse kickstarter update: omgponies

2013-08-22 Thread João Pais
Is it possible to add an argument to [drawsprite] to load the first X frame of the video ? Then, it will limit the memory used for large videos. ++or just a portion of the video, in that case.___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] pd 0.45 test release

2013-08-18 Thread João Pais
When testing the text and data structures example, when clicking on the 0 message, Pd freezes in OSX 10.7.5. same in W7 ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] [PD-announce] pd 0.45 test release

2013-08-18 Thread João Pais
multi-purpose array and text objects. Array is a more general replacement for the table, tabread and tabwrite obejcts. text is sort of like Max's coll but simpler and hopefully more powerful. great, that's really nice. texts are also avaioable as fields in data structures. is it possible

Re: [PD] puredata extended future request

2013-08-17 Thread João Pais
Puredata-extended version 0.44 matrixcontrol~, look at the message in http://markmail.org/search/?q=matrixctrl+list%3Aat.iem.pd-list#query:matrixctrl%20list%3Aat.iem.pd-list%20order%3Adate-backward+page:1+mid:mbxqnikey6xnjg3i+state:results Should work like the max/msp object

Re: [PD] Reverse Kickstarter Update

2013-07-30 Thread João Pais
- which font are you using? it looks a bit strange' The entire dialog, or just the headings? I hard-coded some font for the headings just to get them to be bold-- that's something I'll change now that I can test it on all

Re: [PD] Reverse Kickstarter Update

2013-07-27 Thread João Pais
Hi, nice work. I just tested it on windows xp sp3, and it works. At some other point I can test it on w7, and ubuntu. Some remarks, though, in case it interests you - or shold they be sent to someone else? - when patching, I could open/close an object to text edit it by using ctrl-return. This

Re: [PD] polygate~, demux~ mux~, mtx_*~

2013-07-27 Thread João Pais
I would advise using mtx_mul~ instead of that. Also, I did an abstraction called matrixctrl some weeks ago that works just like its max/msp counterpart. Can't search for a link now, but you should be able to find it easily in the list archives. 2013/7/28 pured...@11h11.com hi, i need to

Re: [PD] INscore live-score

2013-07-11 Thread João Pais
contact Dominique Fober fo...@grame.fr directly, he's in charge for inscore. Hi Everyone Last days I've been trying to to generate regular scores live I visited the libraries gemnotes, gido and INscore INscore looks more flexible and complex, testing some examples I could reach some results

Re: [PD] object test - matrixctrl, GUI for mtx_mul~

2013-07-10 Thread João Pais
Since it outputs 'matrix' messages, it would be nice if it would accept 'matrix' messages as input to set the initial state. This would make state saving/restoring even simpler. yes, good idea. @colors: Mike probably means it'd be nice to be able to set the color of toggled and non-toggled

[PD] object test - matrixctrl, GUI for mtx_mul~

2013-07-09 Thread João Pais
Hi list, I always wanted to use mtx_mul~ more often, but since I don't work with matrixes I couldn't get an efficient control happening. For that I've just made a GUI object for mtx_mul~, emulating max/msp's matrixctrl. Before I bundle this with my abstractions in Pd-ext, I would like to

Re: [PD] iemmatrix - rotate matrix

2013-07-09 Thread João Pais
the one and only proper way to do signal matrix multiplication with iemmatrix is to use [mtx_*~] (rather than [mtx_mul~], [mtx_mul_line~] or [matrix~]). mtx_mul~ and mtx_*~ are equivalent, aren't they? I thought they were. In Pc there is no [mtx_*~] file, so I use [mtx_mul~], because it gets

Re: [PD] object test - matrixctrl, GUI for mtx_mul~

2013-07-09 Thread João Pais
what do you mean exactly? This is very useful, thanks! The only suggestion I have would be able to change the colors somehow. ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

[PD] iemmatrix - rotate matrix

2013-07-08 Thread João Pais
Hello, I'm programming a gui for [mtx_mul~], and it's almost finished. One thing is missing, and I wanted to know if someone already has a solution for it, before I break my head trying to find one. I need to find a way to rotate matrixes, in order to coordenate the controler display,

Re: [PD] Data structures: no object for freeing pointers?

2013-06-23 Thread João Pais
I'd like one day to understand how to implement DS into a GOP, it's a bit triky, then on a single window it's possible to have the whole interface. I wrote something about it in a thread some weeks ago: http://lists.puredata.info/pipermail/pd-list/2013-05/102819.html it's not really

Re: [PD] Data structures: no object for freeing pointers?

2013-06-21 Thread João Pais
gets and sets the maximum number of elements (now at 50) Look at the current help file for [drawnumber] for more details. De: João Pais jmmmp...@googlemail.com À: pd-list pd-list@iem.at, Patrice Colet colet.patr...@free.fr Envoyé: Jeudi 20 Juin 2013 11:09:26 Objet: Re: [PD] Data structures

Re: [PD] Data structures: no object for freeing pointers?

2013-06-20 Thread João Pais
One approach is to assign a variable for active/unactive scalars. And then use that variable to render the scalar visible/invisible. After a work session, the user can hide the active scalars, display the inactive ones, and select + delete these. It's still far from ideal, but a compromise.

Re: [PD] first exercise with data structures

2013-06-03 Thread João Pais
very nice, it works quite well. ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management - http://lists.puredata.info/listinfo/pd-list

Re: [PD] Pd preferences dialog progress

2013-05-28 Thread João Pais
Looks very nice. Can you show also the other sections of the dialog? One minimal detail: Use single device instead of devices A bigger detail: does it make sense (for logical and practical reasons) to add a menu to select which channels go into which inputs/outpus, like on max/msp? Hi

Re: [PD] Pd preferences dialog progress

2013-05-28 Thread João Pais
Now that I've got the ttk styles down the frontend would take about 5 minutes to make. Actually making it do something would take a lot longer, unless there's a trick to it that one of the audio gurus knows about. I may be wrong but that feature only seems important in making insane

Re: [PD] first exercise with data structures

2013-05-28 Thread João Pais
Probably this has already been covered as a limitation and may I haven't really understood it. There is one thing troubling me at the moment. From what I can see, you can easily get data out of your data structure. And for what I am trying, editing data manually/per GUI is quite easy. But how to

Re: [PD] more about DS

2013-05-28 Thread João Pais
when you have a point defined by a variable, afaik it's always open to user interaction. but, check the help for drawpolygon, the -x argument. I never tried it. btw, a scalar is only a unit, which can have any graphic, text, symbol usw you define in the template. for these questions it's

Re: [PD] got jump-on-click arrays working

2013-05-15 Thread João Pais
I can't (or don't know how to) test these patches. But I would suggest something else, in case it's somehow related: - change message coming out the [struct] (or [plot]?) for data structure arrays, that output the pointer and index for the element in question. Then it's possible to link

Re: [PD] Dspstate~ in puredata

2013-05-01 Thread João Pais
accessible from within a pd patch (or designed to be). I made [pdinfo] so that the user can actually query all these attributes in a simple way using a single object. where is [pdinfo] to be found? ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and

[PD] Small work offer: Help to compile an external in windows

2013-04-29 Thread João Pais
. Being sure that I can't offer a full programmer's salary, anyway I would be interested to know if anyone out there is interested in making me an offer. Can you send your replies directly to my mail? Best regards, João Pais ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing

Re: [PD] make jack connections from pd ?

2013-04-17 Thread João Pais
also in that thread I mentioned my abstraction. does that suit your needs? have a look at my abstraction [jmmmp/ardourjack-gui], there's a small gui to control jack, and also a transporter unit for ardour. I programmed that long time ago, don't know if is still works. On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at

[PD] sfread~ droupouts / understanding buffer parameter?

2013-04-08 Thread João Pais
Hi list, I have a patch with around 80 sfread~s, who read audio files between 8-16 seconds (each sfread reads always the same file). But I noticed that there are often enough small audio droupouts when running the patch. After adding a buffer value of 1e+6 (like in the help patch) the

Re: [PD] sfread~ droupouts / understanding buffer parameter?

2013-04-08 Thread João Pais
I have a patch with around 80 sfread~s, who read audio files between 8-16 seconds (each sfread reads always the same file). But I noticed that there are often enough small audio droupouts when running the patch. After adding a buffer value of 1e+6 (like in the help patch) the playback was

Re: [PD] subnormal numbers explained

2013-04-03 Thread João Pais
I add some very very very low noise to the audio signal, it really doesn't affect the audio. something like [noise~] | [lop~ 5] | [*~ 0.0001] it's dirty, but it works (?). Do you have any arguments against it? João Quoth katja, on 13/03/2013 10:14: Subnormal numbers are a pain in the ass,

Re: [PD] Changing the grid size when moving objects with shift+arrows

2013-04-03 Thread João Pais
seems that you're changing the scalars in edit mode. if you're in performance mode, you could also use the step option when defining your variables. not sure if you can use another variable as the step value itself, didn't try it yet. João On 03/29/2013 01:10 PM, matijoncek prdoncek

Re: [PD] send .pd_linux files from maxlib?

2013-03-03 Thread João Pais
.l_ia64 - http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detailaid=3606513group_id=55736atid=478070 On 03/02/2013 03:51 PM, João Pais wrote: Hi, the latest version of pd-ext for debian has the externals of maxlib compiled in the wrong format. what's the wrong format? fgmasdr IOhannes

Re: [PD] completion-plugin in pd-extended

2013-03-03 Thread João Pais
I have a windows and mac (powerpc) machine in my room, sharing the same keyboard and mouse. is that enough for debugging? On 25/02/13 14:04, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote: For something to be included in Pd-extended, it needs to work on all platforms, and be stable both in terms of bugs and

[PD] learning ambisonics - cartesian to polar patch?

2013-03-03 Thread João Pais
Hello, I wanted to learn how to use ambisonics to use them in my patches. So far my attempts have failed, as I didn't find any documentation that gave me a good overview on the subjetc. Mainly, what I needed was a patch that allowed me to send in cartesian (x,y) coordinates of a room, and

[PD] send .pd_linux files from maxlib?

2013-03-02 Thread João Pais
Hi, the latest version of pd-ext for debian has the externals of maxlib compiled in the wrong format. Can anyone out there send me a zip file with the .pd_linux files from the extra/maxlib folder? I'm using debian squeeze 32b. Please send directly to my mail, not to the list. Thanks,

[PD] debian: patch with some gops stalling

2013-03-02 Thread João Pais
Hi everyone, I have a subpatch with ~20 gops showing (each with an array). When opening the subpatch, or changing desktops to the desktop where the patch is, there is a pause of ~1m, until the subpatch draws. During this time no sound can be produced, and only shortly afterwards does midi

Re: [PD] OsX - vanilla doesn't load libraries

2013-02-23 Thread João Pais
take 3 :) I uploaded the picture at http://imgur.com/TrDdvWI here is it. strange, it works for me. That URL doesnt' work. Try attaching the image, or an image uploader that doesn't require login to view, like imgur.com .hc On 02/22/2013 03:57 PM, João Pais wrote: Hello, does someone

[PD] OsX - vanilla doesn't load libraries

2013-02-22 Thread João Pais
Hello, does someone know how to solve the problem displayed in this image? https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=544587868894592set=a.101128363240547.2396.10301516847type=1theaternotif_t=photo_reply Afaik, it's a version of pd-ext downloaded today. Thanks as usual, jmmmp

[PD] pd-ext .43.4 debian squeezy wrong architecture

2013-02-10 Thread João Pais
Hi, I was trying to install the -deb package for squeezy i386. But when I open it, the packet installer says wrong architecture amd64. The same happens (logically) when I try the 64b package. Best, jmmmp ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list

Re: [PD] pd-ext .43.4 debian squeezy wrong architecture

2013-02-10 Thread João Pais
? .hc On Feb 10, 2013, at 3:08 AM, João Pais wrote: Hi, I was trying to install the -deb package for squeezy i386. But when I open it, the packet installer says wrong architecture amd64. The same happens (logically) when I try the 64b package. Best, jmmmp -- Friedenstr. 58 10249 Berlin

Re: [PD] pd-ext .43.4 debian squeezy wrong architecture

2013-02-10 Thread João Pais
, including packages for Debian, Raspbian, and Ubuntu from Lucid to Raring, etc. .hc On Feb 10, 2013, at 12:03 PM, João Pais wrote: from the autobuilds page. the puredata.info doesn't have links to the deb files, just to a package to build pd (that also doesn't work? I'm starting with debian

Re: [PD] leap motion controller

2013-01-28 Thread João Pais
also waiting for mine to arrive. they said it would be shipped very soon, but they're delayed. anyone seen this? https://leapmotion.com/ looks great for use with pd? pd + minority report m ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and

[PD] Pure Data in Kraków?

2013-01-15 Thread João Pais
Hello list, I'll be in Kraków for some days in the end of the month. Does anyone know of any Pd-related (or electronic/performance-related) activities in the area? Best, jmmmp ___ Pd-list@iem.at mailing list UNSUBSCRIBE and account-management -

[PD] search plugin time optimisation

2013-01-09 Thread João Pais
Hi, I was trying the search plugin, and one search takes around 60s. In the end, the plugin reports that he had to look through 16337 docs. I have several work directories in my path, which I don't use that often. Is there a way of optimising the search plugin? The system is W7. Best,

[PD] choose language

2013-01-09 Thread João Pais
Hi, with the latest Pd version, Pd uses the system language as standard. The thing is, I want to keep my Pd in english. How is it possible to set the language when starting Pd? Where can suggestions to the language be sent? Best, João ___

Re: [PD] translate the Start Here! page

2013-01-07 Thread João Pais
You can see the categories if you scroll down to the bottom of the search plugin. They aren't hierarchical so there's no need for sub-categories. These are just categories I came up with off the top of my head. Feel free to suggest additions, deletions, better descriptions, or any objects I

Re: [PD] data structures in abstractions

2012-12-09 Thread João Pais
Hi, I noticed the gop doesn't work on pd-ext 0.42-5, but it works on 0.43-4 (w7). Another bug that was already there: if you drag one control point to outside the gop window, the struct doesn't respond to the mouse control anymore - although it still works properly. In my abstraction

Re: [PD] data structures in abstractions

2012-11-28 Thread João Pais
Hi, I don't have much time to look at patches now. You can see my abstractions [jmmmp/bezier], [jmmmp/swatch], to see if there's something you find interesting for your problem. They should be in pd-extended. Best, João Thanks Jonathan You are a magician. You said it works, so now it

Re: [PD] Issue with [shell] and jack_connect/disconnect

2012-11-12 Thread João Pais
have a look at my abstraction [jmmmp/ardourjack-gui], there's a small gui to control jack, and also a transporter unit for ardour. I programmed that long time ago, don't know if is still works. João hi all, I'm trying to use the [shell] object to automate JACK connections under Linux by

[PD] vline~ precision under lower block sizes

2012-11-04 Thread João Pais
(according to the pd-list server this message came attached to thread of another mail, I try to send it here again to create a new thread) Hello, a friend noticed that vline~ behaves differently with different block sizes - namely that the smaller the block size is, the less precision it

Re: [PD] vline~ precision under lower block sizes

2012-11-04 Thread João Pais
/gitroot/pure-data/pure-data) cheers Miller On Fri, Nov 02, 2012 at 08:29:52PM +0100, João Pais wrote: Hello, a friend noticed that vline~ behaves differently with different block sizes - namely that the smaller the block size is, the less precision it has. Besides the numbers being different

[PD] vline~ precision under lower block sizes

2012-11-02 Thread João Pais
Hello, a friend noticed that vline~ behaves differently with different block sizes - namely that the smaller the block size is, the less precision it has. Besides the numbers being different with each block size, the latest values go slightly over the border of the desired range. Is this a

Re: [PD] Gem on win7 64 bit

2012-10-30 Thread João Pais
I have a related (?) problem, I can create the gem window, but nothing gets rendered (just a black screen). Servando suggested to update the video driver, but I didn't do that yet. maybe that would help? I submitted a gem bug, but I think iohannes didn't react to it yet. Am 29.10.2012 um

Re: [PD] array modification, segmented lines

2012-10-29 Thread João Pais
or you can use my abstraction [jmmmp/arrayedit], included in pd-extended. look around between the several functions. No problem, his stuff's great. On 29 October 2012 10:19, peiman khosravi peimankhosr...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Julian, I found a hack for what I had in mind. But wow, this

Re: [PD] array modification, segmented lines

2012-10-29 Thread João Pais
with compared with max buffers! Best, Peiman On 29 October 2012 18:13, João Pais jmmmp...@googlemail.com wrote: or you can use my abstraction [jmmmp/arrayedit], included in pd-extended. look around between the several functions. No problem, his stuff's great. On 29 October 2012 10:19, peiman

Re: [PD] OT: Partition space for ubuntu distro?

2012-10-18 Thread João Pais
- anything else I should consider? Get a ssd drive. That's the main bottleneck on these computers. My thinkpad got to boot to X from 15s to 6s just by changing the drive. Switching to systemd makes it in about 4s. hmm, getting booting speeds from 15s to 6s is really something that is cool to

[PD] OT: Partition space for ubuntu distro?

2012-10-17 Thread João Pais
Hi, I'm going to install ubuntu in my thinkpad x61s, and wanted to ask the following questions for the most experienced persons around: - the computer is for media work, 97% only Pd. Maybe some ardour or other small programs (no video work) - is the latest ubuntu version recommended?

Re: [PD] FTM porting to Pd, why it was abandoned?

2012-10-12 Thread João Pais
same here. I think the person to ask is IOhannes. which is to say, is there anything I/we could do to revive the porting? thx, cheers, -- Marco Donnarumma New Media + Sonic Arts Practitioner, Performer, Teacher, Director. Embodied Audio-Visual Interaction Research Team. Department of

[PD] pd-lua examples?

2012-10-10 Thread João Pais
Hi all, in case there is someone there working with (pd-)lua, I would like to ask the following: are there any examples on how to retrieve symbols and add them to lists? I wanted to build textfiles mixing filenames in the hard disk with other symbols. E.g. something like output.txt

Re: [PD] pd-lua examples?

2012-10-10 Thread João Pais
would be if long filenames would came already with (I imagine it would be easier to do that in lua as in pure pd?) João See the help browser pdlua/examples for instance ltabdump or list-pak. Martin On 2012-10-10 11:41, João Pais wrote: Hi all, in case there is someone there working

Re: [PD] nightly builds going away for now

2012-09-11 Thread João Pais
great. do you want me to put this link in puredata.info, or let it be until the next real solution is online? http://blinky.at.or.at:/ On Sep 10, 2012, at 7:37 AM, Luca wrote: temporarily where can I download ubuntu packages of pd-extended 0.43??

Re: [PD] [pix_film] breaks Pd

2012-09-10 Thread João Pais
Done. I just couldn't assign it to IO, didn't have that option. use the gem bugtracker and assign it to IOhannes, I think that's the best option. http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=64325atid=507079 usually IOhannes responds fast to the issues. m. Am 09.09.2012 um 21:13 schrieb João

Re: [PD] finding objects ?

2012-09-09 Thread João Pais
since the plugins/programs/pdwiki/whatever can't find the right object because this isn't properly documented, why not create a group of voluntaries that addresses the issue of a proper documentation? things that many developers don't do, like: - fill in the fields of xxx-meta.pd - make

Re: [PD] configuration from within a patch

2012-09-09 Thread João Pais
create the objects [r pd] | [print] and change whatever you want, etc etc. Look at the results from the print console. Hello list Is there a way to change various configuration aspects (usually available from the menus) from inside a patch? For example, if I want to change the patch's

Re: [PD] finding objects ?

2012-09-09 Thread João Pais
as there aren't that many objects being release every day, it wouldn't be that much work. There's probably a script that can be written to count the number of help patches that still need META subpatches. I have the feeling it's something like 1500 or so. I would guess something like

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