Once the processor is built, we can for instance run it in Python:
Let's try to run our processor through the Python bindings:
$ cd build/python # Check that our processor was built correctly $ ls pymy_processor.so # Run it $ python >>> import pymy_processor >>> proc = pymy_processor.Hello_World() >>> proc.process() Henlo
Similarly, one can run the template in PureData:
$ cd build/pd # Check that our processor was built correctly $ ls my_processor.l_ia64 # Run it $ pd -lib my_processor
Make the following patch:
When sending a bang, the terminal in which PureData was launched should also print "Henlo". We'll see in a later chapter how to print on Pd's own console instead.
We could, but so far our object is not really an object that makes sense in a DAW: it does not process audio in any way. We'll see in further chapters how to make audio objects.