[Build-common-hackers] puredata.mk vs. pd.mk

Jonas Smedegaard dr at jones.dk
Sat Jan 8 15:30:10 UTC 2011

Hi IOhannes (and others),

As I understand it, the pd/puredata snippets are tied to different 
implementations of a common concept.  I just can't recall what is the 
proper name(s) of concept and implementations.

Please add Description: hints to the header files of the pd/puredata 
snippets, mentioning (one of) the upstream name(s) for each.

I wonder if perhaps it would be more elegant to merge the snippets:

Seems to me that they serve same purpose, just applied to different 
packages.  If each implementation must follow an own naming scheme for 
the binary packages, I imagine we can merge the snippets into one named 
by the concept that handle all implementations, like python snippets 

How does that sound?

  - Jonas

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