We just put up all the objects from Pd Extended compiled and ready to use for the Organelle!
A while back we built Pd Extended for the Organelle, but didn’t find it as reliable as vanilla Pd, so we defaulted to using regular old Pd and then compiling external objects as needed.
Trouble is, sometimes objects are easier to compile than others (like those that are part of larger library). Then I remembered we had already built all of them while trying Pd-Extended, duh. So we went digging around for a lost uSD card, found it taped to the inside of an old notebook, rescued the files, and quickly put it on Github.
So you can download here:
(or a zip https://github.com/critterandguitari/Organelle_pd_extra/archive/master.zip)
I don’t expect any of the GEM / visual stuff to work, and haven’t really tried, but go for it if you are feeling brave!
Instructions from the Readme:
External objects from pd-extended compiled for Pd on the Organelle.
How to use
Inside the pd-extended folder are many libraries of objects and associated help patches.
Objects may be copied into your patch folder as they are needed. Alternatively the whole set may be copied onto the root folder of USB drive and the individual libraries imported using the [declare] object.
So the USB drive would look like this:
Then to use, for example, the counter object from the cyclone library, your patch would do this:
[declare -path …/…/pd-extended/cyclone]
For deploying / distributing / sharing patches it might be better to actually copy the needed objects into your patch folder so it is self-contained, this way the patch will work even if someone doesn’t have all the objects copied to their USB drive.