Commit 722b8411 authored by Roman Haefeli's avatar Roman Haefeli
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update README

parent 8eed106f
......@@ -70,9 +70,9 @@ and install the **ntldd** package:
`pacman -S mingw32/mingw-w64-i686-ntldd-git`
`pacman -S mingw64/mingw-w64-x86_64-ntldd-git`
`pacman -S mingw64/mingw-w64-x86_64-ntldd-git`
Then `cd` MinGW to this repo and do:
Then `cd` MinGW to this repo and do:
......@@ -90,31 +90,27 @@ then do this command that fills dependencies on the installation dir:
first build **fluidsynth**! Download sources from and get the following dependencies (shown for Debian)
`sudo apt install cmake libglib2.0-dev pkgconf`
`sudo apt install cmake libglib2.0-dev libsndfile1-dev patchelf`
(patchelf is not needed for building fluidsynth, but for a later step)
then `cd` to your fluidsynth sources dir an do:
mkdir build
cd build
cmake ..
cmake -Denable-libsndfile=on -Denable-jack=off -Denable-alsa=off -Denable-oss=off -Denable-pulseaudio=off -Denable-ladspa=off -Denable-aufile=off -Denable-network=off -Denable-ipv6=off -Denable-getopt=off -Denable-sdl2=off -Denable-threads=off ..
sudo make install
then `cd` to the sources of this repo and do
then `cd` to the sources of this repo and do (change the pgklibdir path according to your needs):
`make install`
`make pkglibdir=$HOME/Pd/externals install`
after that run the script that matches the architecture of your build. This script copies fluidsynth dependencies to your fluid~ external folder. Example for 64bit:
Now you can copy all dependencies of `fluidsynth~.pd_linux` to the install path by running:
cd <to/your/fluid~/installation/dir>
chmod 775
Now the fluidsynth dependencies are copied to your fluid~ external folder.
`make pkglibdir=$HOME/Pd/externals localdep_linux`
The result can be uploaded to Deken, since it runs also on systems where the fluidsynth library is not installed.
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