Commit 6a493574 authored by Jonathan Wilkes's avatar Jonathan Wilkes

add build instructions for Gnu/Linux, clean up other sections

parent 2cf1427e
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* [Flavors of Pure Data](#flavors-of-pure-data)
* [Three Paragraph Overview](#three-paragraph-overview)
* [Goals](#goals)
* [Installation Guide](#installation-guide)
* [Downloads](#downloads)
* [Build Guide](#build-guide)
* [Gnu/Linux](#linux)
* [OSX](#osx-64-bit-using-homebrew)
* [Windows](#windows-32-bit-using-msys2)
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### Flavors of Pure Data
There are currently three main distributions of Pure Data:
There are three maintained distributions of Pure Data:
1. Pd-L2Ork. Version used by Ivica Bukvic for his laptop orchestra. This
guide is for Pd-L2Ork.
2. Pure Data "Vanilla". Miller Puckette's personal version which he hosts on
his website and maintains. It doesn't include external libraries like
objects for doing graphics, video, etc.
3. Pure Data Extended. A monolithic distribution which ships with lots of
external libraries. As of August 2015 it hasn't been updated since January 2014.
1. Purr Data. This is the 2.0 version of Pd-l2ork. It ships with lots of
external libraries and uses a modern GUI written using HTML5.
2. Pd-L2Ork 1.0, the version used by Ivica Bukvic for his laptop orchestra.
Pd-l2ork 1.0 uses tcl/tk (and tkpath) for the GUI. You can find it
[here](http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/make-your-own-l2ork/software/)
3. Pure Data "Vanilla". Miller Puckette's personal version which he hosts on
his website and maintains. It doesn't come with external libraries
pre-installed, but it does include an interface you can use to search
and install external libraries maintained and packaged by other developers.
### Three Paragraph Overview
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bugs. Patches for new functionality that lack documentation are spam.
4. Be consistent. Consistent interfaces are themselves a kind of
documentation. We like documentation, so it follows that we like consistent
interfaces
interfaces.
### Installation Guide
### Downloads
You can download a precompiled installer for Gnu/Linux, Windows, or OSX
from the following site:
[https://github.com/agraef/purr-data/releases](https://github.com/agraef/purr-data/releases)
### Build Guide
#### Linux
Time to build: *40 minutes to 1.5 hours*
Hard drive space required: *roughly 2.5 GB*
1. Install the dependencies
sudo apt-get install bison flex automake qjackctl \
tcl8.5-dev tk8.5-dev tcl-dev tk-dev libasound2-dev \
libjack-jackd2-dev libtool libbluetooth-dev libgl1-mesa-dev \
libglu1-mesa-dev libglew-dev libmagick++-dev libftgl-dev \
libgmerlin-dev libgmerlin-avdec-dev libavifile-0.7-dev \
libmpeg3-dev libquicktime-dev libv4l-dev libraw1394-dev \
libdc1394-22-dev libfftw3-dev libvorbis-dev ladspa-sdk \
dssi-dev tap-plugins ladspa-foo-plugins \
invada-studio-plugins-ladspa blepvco swh-plugins mcp-plugins \
cmt blop slv2-jack omins ubuntustudio-audio-plugins rev-plugins \
libslv2-dev dssi-utils vco-plugins wah-plugins fil-plugins \
mda-lv2 libmp3lame-dev libspeex-dev libgsl0-dev \
portaudio19-dev python-dev libsmpeg0 libjpeg62 tkpng flite1-dev \
libgsm1-dev libfftw3-dev libgtk2.0-dev subversion git libstk0-dev \
libsndobj-dev libfluidsynth-dev tclxapian fluid-soundfont-gm \
python-tk byacc
2. Clone the Purr-Data repository *(10 minutes)*
git clone https://git.purrdata.net/jwilkes/purr-data.git
4. Change to the directory
cd purr-data/l2ork_addons
5. Run the installer *(15 minutes)*
Choose one of the following options:
* to build a deb installer, type `./tar_em_up.sh -B`
* to build an rpi deb installer, type `./tar_em_up.sh -R`
* for a generic tar installer type `./tar_em_up.sh -F`
6. When the installer finishes, type
cd ..
7. There should now be a .deb file in your current directory
To install using a pre-compiled binary, follow these instructions:
http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/?page_id=56
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Time to build: *50 minutes to 1.5 hours*
Hard drive space required: *roughly 2 GB*
1. Install [Homebrew](http://brew.sh) *(15 minutes)*
1. Install [Homebrew](https://brew.sh) *(15 minutes)*
(asks for password twice-- once for command line tools, once for homebrew)
2. Install the dependencies *(10 minutes)*:
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