ok, moved this where it belongs ... all 1.0.8 talk here
tab files... I think you need to discuss this with @johannes ... I think this is the new functionality related to files automatically being uploaded to the SDCard, which I've not played with yet. (been too busy on the library stuff!)
Ok, I think your missing the fundamental change...
now everything has to be in a library.... and you can have as many libraries as you like
they can either be cloud based (git) or local (i.e. directories)
a library has a defined structure
librarydir -> patches
(more are likely to be added later, along with some other 'meta data')
so for every place you had objects , you should create a library
e.g. say you had the following:
and you previously had Acid and DnB on your object path, then these are converted by creating
library : Acid
local dir : ~/Documents/Acid/
library : DnB
local dir : ~/Documents/DnB/
AND (this is important) move your files into a library structure so ....
it will take about 2 mins to do...
I will point out a couple of things, you only really need these libraries when the subpatches are used in many projects, otherwise you should include them into a main patch using ./esnare.axs , putting too much stuff into your search path WILL become unmanageable as you add more and more stuff!
I also personally use alot of embedded patchers, for this kind of stuff, they cut n paste, and there are more convenient that having tons of these things littering the file system.
Structure patches and objects (like using libraries) will allow us to do a lot more interesting things in the future, it also makes things manageable, and easier to allow sharing.
so , I know its new... and your used to the old ways... so theres a transitions, thats the prices of progress
(yeah, I could have migrated the object paths, but for the number of users using it, it wasn't worth the effort, effort and time better spent on other improvements!)