Cream Library 0.4
Cream Library for Pure Data
A set of PD externals for those who like vanilla... but also want some chocolate cream.
The Cream Library uses the CICM Wrapper developed to facilitate the creation of signal objects and GUI and to improve user interactions to offer a set of externals that improve the user interraction in Pure Data.
With Pure Data Vanilla, copy the Cream folder in your package folder and add Cream in the PD's statup window if you use the default package folder*, otherwise add Cream/Cream.
With Pure Data Extended, copy the Cream folder in your package folder and add -lib externals/Cream in the statup falgs if you use the default package folder*, otherwise add -lib Cream/Cream.
* The default package folder are generally /usr/local/lib/pd-externals on Linux, /Library/Pd on Mac Os and C:\Program Files\Common Files\Pd on Windows.
Helps and tutorials are availables in the Cream folder of the help browser.
./autogen.sh (if needed) ./configure or (useful options --with-pd=</path/to/pd>) make make install (optional)
XCode, CodeBlock and Visual Studio projects are also available.
A set of externals for Pure Data.
This version is compatible with Pure Data and Pure Data Extented.
Copy the "CreamLibrary" folder in your Pure Data "package" folder and add "c.library" in startup preferences.
You can also copy the "CreamLibrary" folder in another folder than the default package folder, then you have to add this folder in the path preferences and add "CreamLibrary/c.library" in the startup preferences.
For PD-Extented or Linux 32 bits, replace the c.library external (.pd_linux, .pd_darwin or .dll) with the one that matchs to your system and your PD distribution from the externals folder.
For PD-Extented use the startup flags "-lib c.library" (or "-lib CreamLibrary/c.library" if you use another folder than the default ones).
In the help menu of Pure Data, the CreamLibrary folder constains informations, helps and tutorials.
Remove the "CreamLibrary" folder and the startup flag .