Commit 8c96a1f7 authored by Albert Gräf's avatar Albert Gräf Committed by Albert Gräf
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Minor touches to generated docs, fix broken links, etc.

parent 078e5b49
......@@ -258,9 +258,8 @@ welcome_install:
echo "<link rel=\"stylesheet\" type=\"text/css\" href=\"http://puredata.org/ploneCustom.css\" />" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "</head>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<body><p><p>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<center><img src=\"\">" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<h2>Version $(PD_VERSION)</h2>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<p>written by Miller S. Puckette</p></center>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<h2>Pd-l2ork version $(PD_L2ORK_VERSION) ($(PD_TEST_VERSION))</h2>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<p>Pd-l2ork was written by Ivica Bukvic and Jonathan Wilkes. It is a fork of Hans-Christoph Steiner's Pd-extended, which in turn is based on Miller S. Puckette's Pd. The included Pd abstractions and externals are the work of many people whose contributions are gratefully acknowledged.</p>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<font size=\"-1\">" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "<p>`grep -A9 ACKNOWLEDG $(pd_src)/README.txt`</p>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
echo "</font>" >> $(WELCOME_FILE)
......@@ -280,18 +279,19 @@ readme_install:
echo "<link rel=\"stylesheet\" type=\"text/css\" href=\"http://puredata.org/plone.css\" />" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "</head>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<body>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<h2>Pure Data $(PD_VERSION)</h2>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>Pd is a real-time, graphical programming language for media processing. It provides an environment for audio analysis, synthesis, and processing, with a rich set of multimedia capabilities. You can get Pd for Linux, Windows, MacOS X, BSD, or IRIX.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>For more information, go to: <a href=\"http://puredata.org\" target=\"pd\">http://puredata.org</a></p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<h2>Pd-l2ork version $(PD_L2ORK_VERSION) ($(PD_TEST_VERSION))</h2>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>Pd is a real-time, graphical programming language for media processing created by Miller S. Puckette. It provides an environment for audio analysis, synthesis, and processing, with a rich set of multimedia capabilities. You can get Pd for Linux, Windows, MacOS X, BSD, or IRIX.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>Pd-l2ork is a version of Pd based on Hans-Christoph Steiner's Pd-extended which features many bugfixes and enhancements, especially in the user interface. Pd-l2ork was created by Ivica Ico Bukvic and is maintained by a team of volunteers including Jonathan Wilkes who ported it to the Mac and Windows. It is available for Linux, Windows and MacOS X.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>For general information about Pd, go to: <a href=\"http://puredata.org\" target=\"pd\">http://puredata.org</a>. More information about Pd-l2ork can be found on the <a href=\"http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/make-your-own-l2ork/software/\" target=\"pd-l2ork\">Pd-l2ork website</a>.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<h3>Installation</h3>" >> $(README_FILE)
ifeq ($(OS_NAME),linux)
echo "<p></p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p></p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>Links to Pd-l2ork packages for various Linux distributions are available on the <a href=\"http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/make-your-own-l2ork/software/\" target=\"pd-l2ork\">Pd-l2ork website</a>.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>If you're running Ubuntu or Arch, you may also want to check out Albert Gräf's packages on Launchpad and the Arch User Repositories (AUR). Please check his corresponding <a href=\"https://l2orkaur.bitbucket.io/\" target=\"l2orkaur\">Bitbucket</a> <a href=\"https://l2orkubuntu.bitbucket.io/\" target=\"l2orkubuntu\">pages</a> for details.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
endif
ifeq ($(OS_NAME),darwin)
echo "<p>To install Pd, drag the $(PD_APP_NAME).app into your <b>/Applications</b> folder or to the shortcut in the disk image. (<i>You might need to put the old one in the trash before copying this one to <b>/Applications</b></i>)</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>By default, most of the included libraries are loaded at startup. To change this, set your own preferences in the <b>Startup...</b> Preferences pane usings the <b>Save all settings</b> button. If you want to start with the default preferences, throw away the Pd preferences file <strong>~/Library/Preferences/org.puredata.pdextended.plist</strong> (<code>~</code> <i>means your home folder</i>), or run this command in the Terminal.app: </p><p><code>rm ~/Library/Preferences/org.puredata.pdextended.plist</code></p><p>The Preferences panels in Pd are currently buggy, so you might have better luck with the Apple utilities: <code>defaults read org.puredata.pdextended</code>, or, <b>Property List Editor</b>, which is freely available as part of <a href=\"http://developer.apple.com/tools/xcode/download/\" target=\"_blank\">XCode</a> or the <a href=\"http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/serveradmintools104.html\" target=\"_blank\">Server Tools</a>.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "If you want to use PDP on Mac OS X 10.4/Tiger or 10.3/Panther, you will need to install X11 (X11 comes installed with 10.5/Leopard). It comes on the install CD/DVD that your computer came with. For more detail, see <a href=\"http://www.simplehelp.net/2006/10/22/how-to-install-x11-in-os-x/\" target=\"_blank\">How to install X11 in OS X</a> or <a href=\"http://puredata.info/docs/faq/macosx\" target=\"_blank\">How do I install Pd on MacOS X?</a>." >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>To install Pd-l2ork, drag the $(APPLICATION_NAME).app into your <b>/Applications</b> folder or to the shortcut in the disk image.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>By default, most of the included libraries are loaded at startup. To change this, set your own preferences in the <b>Startup</b> tab of the Preferences dialog. If you want to reset Pd-l2ork to the default preferences, remove the Pd-l2ork preferences file <strong>~/Library/Preferences/org.puredata.pd-l2ork.plist</strong> (<code>~</code> means your home folder), or run the following command in the Terminal.app: </p><p><code>rm ~/Library/Preferences/org.puredata.pd-l2ork.plist</code></p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>If you want to use PDP on Mac OS X, you may have to install X11. See <a href=\"http://puredata.info/docs/faq/macosx\" target=\"_blank\">How do I install Pd on MacOS X?</a> for details.</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
endif
ifeq ($(OS_NAME),windows)
echo "<p>To make sure that all of the included libraries are loaded when Pd runs, " >> $(README_FILE)
......@@ -302,34 +302,31 @@ ifeq ($(OS_NAME),windows)
endif
echo "<h3>Installing Externals, Objects, and Help files</h3>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "If you would like to install other externals, objects, help files, etc. there are special folders that Pd-extended uses, which are listed below. If the folder does not exist, you should create it. You can find out more details about this by reading that FAQ: <a href=\"http://puredata.info/docs/faq/how-do-i-install-externals-and-help-files\" target=\"_blank\">How do I install externals and help files?</a>." >> $(README_FILE)
echo "If you would like to install other externals, objects, help files, etc. there are special folders that Pd-l2ork uses, which are listed below. If the folder does not exist, you should create it. You can find out more details about this by reading this FAQ: <a href=\"http://puredata.info/docs/faq/how-do-i-install-externals-and-help-files\" target=\"_blank\">How do I install externals and help files?</a>." >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dl>" >> $(README_FILE)
ifeq ($(OS_NAME),darwin)
echo "<dt>Only for the current user account</dt>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>~/Library/Pd</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>~/Library/Pd-l2ork</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dt>For all user accounts on the computer</dt>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>/Library/Pd</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>/Library/Pd-l2ork</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
endif
ifeq ($(OS_NAME),linux)
echo "<dt>Only for the current user account</dt>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>~/pd-externals/</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>~/pd-l2ork-externals/</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dt>For all user accounts on the computer</dt>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>/usr/local/lib/pd-externals</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd>/usr/local/lib/pd-l2ork-externals</dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
endif
ifeq ($(OS_NAME),windows)
echo "<dt>Only for the current user account</dt>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd><a href=\"file:///%UserProfile%/Application%20Data\">%UserProfile%\Application Data\Pd</a></dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd><a href=\"file:///%UserProfile%/Application%20Data\">%UserProfile%\Application Data\Pd-l2ork</a></dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dt>For all user accounts on the computer</dt>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd><a href=\"file:///%CommonProgramFiles%/\">%ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Pd</a></dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<dd><a href=\"file:///%CommonProgramFiles%/\">%ProgramFiles%\Common Files\Pd-l2ork</a></dd>" >> $(README_FILE)
endif
echo "</dl>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<h3>Flext Binaries have been removed from Pd-extended</h3>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>As of release 0.41.4 of Pd-extended, the whole package is built from source every night. That means that some objects have been removed from the package because they were not being built from source (objects like [pool], [msd], [flashserver], etc.). You can download these objects from the original authors or <a href=\"http://puredata.info/docs/faq/how-do-i-download-the-flext-binaries-that-used-to-be-included-in-pd-extended\" target=\"_blank\">get the files from the 0.40.3 Pd-extended release</a>." >> $(README_FILE)
echo "</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<h3>License</h3>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo 'This package is released under the <a href="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html" target="gpl">GNU GPL</a>. The Pd core and some other included code is originally available with a <a href="http://pure-data.cvs.sourceforge.net/pure-data/pd/LICENSE.txt">BSD license</a> from the Pd CVS on SourceForge.' >> $(README_FILE)
echo 'This package is released under the <a href="http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html" target="gpl">GNU GPL</a>. The Pd core and some other included code is available under a <a href="http://pure-data.cvs.sourceforge.net/pure-data/pd/LICENSE.txt">BSD license</a> from the Pd source code repository on SourceForge.' >> $(README_FILE)
echo "</p>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<h3>Patented Algorithms</h3>" >> $(README_FILE)
echo "<p>" >> $(README_FILE)
......
PD_VERSION
A real-time graphical programming environment for live interactive
computer music, Pd-l2ork currently works only on Linux.
computer music, Pd-l2ork works on Linux, Macintosh OSX, and Microsoft
Windows.
Pd is copyrighted, but is free for you to use for any reasonable purpose.
See the file:
PD_BASEDIR/LICENSE.txt
PD_BASEDIR/doc/manuals/Pd/Pd-LICENSE.txt
L2Ork iteration offers rewrite of many of PD's core routines for the
purpose of improving editor functionality and stability. It is
distributed under the same license as base PD. For additional info see:
Pd-l2ork offers a rewrite of many of Pd's core routines for the purpose
of improving editor functionality and stability. It is distributed under
the same license as Pd. For additional info see:
http://l2ork.music.vt.edu/main/
Reference documentation for Pd lives in:
file:PD_BASEDIR/doc/1.manual/index.htm
or:
http://www.crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/Pd_documentation/index.htm
http://msp.ucsd.edu/Pd_documentation/
Much more documentation and other resources live on:
http://puredata.org
The Pd mailing list archive lives in:
http://iem.kug.ac.at/mailinglists/pd-list/
http://iem.at/mailinglists/pd-list/
Many more useful links are listed in the HTML documentation, section 1.2.
......@@ -97,6 +97,9 @@ PD_VERSION := $(PD_MAJOR_VERSION).$(PD_MINOR_VERSION).$(PD_BUGFIX_VERSION)
ifneq ($(PD_TEST_VERSION),)
PD_VERSION := $(PD_VERSION)-$(PD_TEST_VERSION)
endif
# AG: Pd-l2ork version number
PD_L2ORK_VERSION := $(shell grep PD_L2ORK_VERSION m_pd.h.in | \
sed 's|^.define *PD_L2ORK_VERSION *"\(.*\)".*|\1|' )
#
# ------------------ targets ------------------------------------
......@@ -200,7 +203,7 @@ install: all
$(DESTDIR)$(pddocdir)/7.stuff/$$dir ; \
done
mv $(ABOUT_FILE) $(ABOUT_FILE).tmp
cat $(ABOUT_FILE).tmp | sed 's|PD_VERSION|Pd-l2ork version $(PD_TEST_VERSION)|' \
cat $(ABOUT_FILE).tmp | sed 's|PD_VERSION|Pd-l2ork version $(PD_L2ORK_VERSION) ($(PD_TEST_VERSION))|' \
> $(ABOUT_FILE)
rm $(ABOUT_FILE).tmp
rsync -ax --exclude=.git --exclude=.svn ../extra $(DESTDIR)$(libpddir)/
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