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Re: [sc-dev] Plugins...



AFAIK, that shouldn't be necessary. You should be able to compile for both architectures on either. The issue is getting the right libraries, and configuration, no?

S.

On 15 Nov 2006, at 14:34, Joshua Parmenter wrote:

The problem is that, the way I learned how to do it from David at Wesleyan, involves combining a PPC and a Intel build at the command line with lipo. So, whoever is building them needs access to a PPC and an Intel machine. I'll do a helpfile, but the first step would have to be get a PPC machine. Step 2, get an Intel machine. 

What I haven't done is spent some time looking at the UB projects David built. I know he said it was a pain to get the UB to build for the plug-ins in the first place. I'll see if I can figure it out for the extension libraries.

Josh

On Nov 15, 2006, at 1:31 AM, Scott Wilson wrote:

Hey Josh,

A helpfile on how to make Universal versions of plugins would also be good! (hint, hint...)

S.

On 15 Nov 2006, at 03:41, Joshua Parmenter wrote:

Hi all...

To those who are working on plugins, would you mind sending me an e-mail (either privately or to the list?). Basically, I am interested in putting together Universal Binaries of all the extension plugins... there are a number here and there that get released, and, due to limitations, are PPC only. What I think I will do is put together a 'supplementary'  XCode project with whoever sends me an e-mail, and see if this can be standardized if possible... 

Was it ever figured out if we can store compiled UGen files in quarks? Or, I can post files at realizedsound or (probably better, if blackrain is okay with it) at  blackrain's sourceforge download site: http://sourceforge.net/projects/blackrain-sc3 .

I'm more then happy to keep updated builds of the UGens going if I can get some help getting it set-up. 

Josh

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