As Pd-Extended is constantly growing at the hand of several developers all around the world, it isn't possible to have a 100% complete list of objects. Nevertheless, the next chapters include many of the most important libraries. There are also many libraries of objects that are not included in Pd-extended, these are not listed here.
The chapter division takes the original categories designed by Miller Puckette. Only specific libraries which have a closed identity - for example like GEM - have a page of their own. The categories for now are:
Obsolete - Objects that for some reason became obsolete. Most of them are still available, but you should avoid using them.
Each distribution of Pd comes with the core objects, which belong to Miller Puckette's original version - Pd-Vanilla. Besides that, it is possible for each user to use external libraries compiled by other users. Most people use Pd-Extended, which bundles many external libraries of objects automatically - others prefer to download and install these libraries themselves.
Each page of this list is divided into two sections, Vanilla Objects and Extended Objects. In many pages you'll see many more extended objects than vanilla ones.
Each chapter has a table with the following columns:
Due to the decentralized development of Pure Data externals, it sometimes happens that some name clashes between objects happen - sometimes even for objects with very different functions! In case the object you saw from the list isn't the object you were thinking about, the easiest way to make sure you have the right object is to write its complete namespace: for example, if you want to use the [makesymbol] object from the zexy library, you can either write [makesymbol] or [zexy/makesymbol].
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