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http://suita.chopin.edu.pl/~czaja/miXed/externs/cyclone.html ------- cyclone ------- Cyclone is a library of PureData classes, bringing some level of compatibility between Max/MSP and Pd environments. Although being itself in the early stage of development, it is meant to eventually become part of a much larger project, aiming at unification and standardization of computer musician's tools. In its current form, cyclone is mainly for people using both Max and Pd, and thus wanting to develop cross-platform patches. In this respect, cyclone has much in common with Thomas Grill's flext, and flext-based externals. See Thomas' page. While flext enables developing new cross-platform classes, cyclone makes existing classes cross-platform. Cyclone also comes handy, somewhat, in the task of importing Max/MSP patches into Pd. Do not expect miracles, though, it is usually not an easy task. The entire cyclone library, which might be preloaded with either -lib cyclone or -lib maxmode option, consists of: * the main hammer and sickle sub-libraries, containing Pd versions of, respectively, Max and MSP classes; * cyclone sub-library, taking care of loading hammer and sickle, and which itself contains: a small set of operators (!-, !/, ==~, !=~, <~, <=~, >~, >=~, !-~, !/~, %~, +=~); an importing mechanism provided by the cyclone class. * optional dummies sub-library, which contains a large set of dummy classes, serving as substitutions for Max/MSP classes not (yet) implemented in cyclone; * maxmode sub-library, which imposes strict compatibility mode, and loads all the other components, including dummies. The two main sub-libraries might be loaded separately, by using -lib hammer and/or -lib sickle options. There is also a possibility of loading any single class from hammer or sickle library dynamically (this feature is only available in the linux snapshot). Currently, the hammer part contains: accum, acos, active, anal, Append (more info), asin, bangbang, bondo, Borax, Bucket, buddy, capture, cartopol, Clip, coll, comment, cosh, counter, cycle, decide, Decode, drunk, flush, forward, fromsymbol, funbuff, funnel, gate, grab, Histo, iter, match, maximum, mean, midiflush, midiformat, midiparse, minimum, mousefilter, MouseState, mtr (more info), next, offer, onebang, past, Peak, poltocar, prepend (more info), prob, pv, seq (more info), sinh, speedlim, spell, split, spray, sprintf, substitute, sustain, switch, Table (more info), tanh, thresh, TogEdge, tosymbol, Trough, universal, urn, Uzi, xbendin, xbendout, xnotein, xnoteout, and zl. The sickle part contains: abs~, acos~, acosh~, allpass~, asin~, asinh~, atan~, atan2~, atanh~, average~, avg~, bitand~, bitnot~, bitor~, bitshift~, bitxor~, buffir~, capture~, cartopol~, change~, click~, Clip~, comb~, cosh~, cosx~, count~, curve~, cycle~, delay~, delta~, deltaclip~, edge~, frameaccum~, framedelta~, index~, kink~, Line~, linedrive, log~, lookup~, lores~, matrix~ (more info), maximum~, minimum~, minmax~, mstosamps~, onepole~, peakamp~, peek~, phasewrap~, pink~, play~, poke~, poltocar~, pong~, pow~, rampsmooth~, rand~, record~, reson~, sah~, sampstoms~, Scope~, sinh~, sinx~, slide~, Snapshot~, spike~, svf~, tanh~, tanx~, train~, trapezoid~, triangle~, vectral~, wave~, and zerox~. Cyclone comes without any documentation. All the included patches were created merely for testing. Caveats: * The binaries provided in this snapshot release are not expected to run inside of a pre-0.36 version of Pd, without prior recompiling. * If a single -lib cyclone startup option is used, cyclone in turn loads its two main components: hammer and sickle. If a single -lib maxmode startup option is used, all the remaining library components are going to be loaded: cyclone, hammer, sickle, and dummies. In these cases, all the required libraries should be accessible by Pd.
Source: README.txt, updated 2010-11-10

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