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Hello everybody and sorry to bother you with this lame issue.
I'm quite new to Pd and I want to use Gem but I have somme issues installing it. I searched most places in internet and tried all the proposed solutions but with no success... while all the other library are working! For information, I'm running the windows 32 version of Pd.
I tried loading the library both by entering its path in startup and using the -lib flag with the following entry :
D:\Programmes\Pd32\bin\pd.exe -lib D:\Programmes\Pd32\extra/Gem (or with whatever combination of \ /.
Here's what shows up in the console while trying to load the library :
This seems to be an issue for many people but I did not find the suitable solution for the moment.
I've tried changing my graphic card drivers because their might have been some OpenGL issue, downloading some dll file (msvcr71) to my pd bin file but I'm kind of clueless right now... So if you have any idea, it would be really nice of you to help a young enthousiastic puredata user!
Have a nice day!
which version of Gem?
if you put Gem into Pd's
but anyhow, the crucial line is:
so it can indeed find the binary, but fails to load it.
this can have several reasons, but it's hard to give an answer if I don't know the exact versions.
see also #229 (which i think is a duplicate of this issue; if you agree, we can close this one)
Thank you for your answer!
I have Pd 0.50-0 for Windows 32 bits since most extras work only on this version.
I tried Gem 0.94 for Windows 10 64 bits and Gem 0.93.3 because it had a 32 bits version but got the same result for both versions.
I will try the proposed solution in #229 after work and will keep you in touch.
Have a nice day.
I tried some of the solutions proposed in #229.
Replacing the pd libwinpthread-1.dll by the gem libwinpthread-1.dll prevented me from even lauching pd while putting msvcr90.dll & msvcrt.ddl files did not solve anything. I tried going down the MSYS way but it got fast way out of my field of knowledges in this kind of stuff.