compiling mxj buf.Op hack for use in a vst plug-in


    Jan 08 2007 | 3:14 pm
    i'm trying to build a patch into a vst plug-in. i've worked out that i need make sure all my externals are also in the pluggo plugin support externals folder. I also use a hack of the mxj buf.Op object that allows cut and pasting. I can't work out how to get it to work in my plug-in, i've tried cut and pasting the text in
    Cycling74/java/classes/buf/Op.java
    to
    C74 Plug-in Support/java/classes/buf/Op.java
    but it doesnt work, do i need to compile it somehow? i'm not too clear on this sort of thing..

    • Jan 08 2007 | 4:03 pm
      can't test this right now but try to copy over all the files in the buf folder... Op.class Op.java Op$1.class etc. these .class files are the result from compiling Op.java within max. _f
      On 08.01.2007, at 15:14, bin ray wrote:
      > > i'm trying to build a patch into a vst plug-in. i've worked out > that i need make sure all my externals are also in the pluggo > plugin support externals folder. > I also use a hack of the mxj buf.Op object that allows cut and > pasting. I can't work out how to get it to work in my plug-in, i've > tried cut and pasting the text in > > Cycling74/java/classes/buf/Op.java > > to > > C74 Plug-in Support/java/classes/buf/Op.java > > but it doesnt work, do i need to compile it somehow? i'm not too > clear on this sort of thing..
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    • Jan 08 2007 | 4:06 pm
      On 08 Jan 2007, at 15:14, bin ray wrote:
      > > i'm trying to build a patch into a vst plug-in. i've worked out > that i need make sure all my externals are also in the pluggo > plugin support externals folder. > I also use a hack of the mxj buf.Op object that allows cut and > pasting. I can't work out how to get it to work in my plug-in, i've > tried cut and pasting the text in > > Cycling74/java/classes/buf/Op.java > > to > > C74 Plug-in Support/java/classes/buf/Op.java > > but it doesnt work, do i need to compile it somehow? i'm not too > clear on this sort of thing..
      i'm not sure, what you mean by 'a hack of the mxj buf.Op object' but .java files merely contain the source code. i guess you need to copy the compiled class files.
      vlkr
    • Jan 08 2007 | 4:16 pm
      i mean this
      its a hack of mxj buf.Op which allows cut and pasting of parts of buffers...very useful . recommended
    • Jan 08 2007 | 4:37 pm
      yes that works fine thanks, the whole buf folder had to be copied....