Simple question (moving dependencies into a folder)

    Jan 05 2012 | 9:48 pm
    So I've got a patch a-brewing that's got lots of polys, and a couple pffts, and my folder is getting a bit messy.
    How is it that you make it so you have just one file, and then a folder ("lib") with all the dependencies?
    I opened the dependencies inspector but can't figure out how to move the files there, or if that's even the right thing.
    Is it building a collective? I thought that might be it but I think that makes a single file with everything in it, (where I want the toplevel patch, and then the rest in a folder).
    Sorry for the silly question, but it's a bit difficult to search for as the actual name of what I want to do is what I don't know. (Can't exactly search for "putting things in a folder")

    • Jan 06 2012 | 1:06 am
      Check out the patch in Zachary's post here which uses [filepath] to add files in child directories to the search path temporarily.
    • Jan 06 2012 | 1:25 am
      Seems less than perfect since apparently it doesn't work on the first loading of the patch when opening Max. I'm pretty sure I've seen some patches that are just a file and then a folder with the bits in it.