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mic posted a new Discussion, “developing a port type issue
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mic commented on mic's Discussion, “addig a custom port type without compiling

Update. I tried it, and what I got is that even if you can do it, any other .c custom made node that with to use that port type won't work. If i'm not wrong, you have to compile both port type and node files, pack in a vuonode file and this will get the result.

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mic commented on mic's Feature Request, “ML-based background remover

And here is a question regarding a possible way to achieve that.

Assuming that in Developing a Library Module API section is stated that

A library module can be implemented in C, C++, Objective-C, or another language, as long as it exports C symbols.

is a reasonable path the idea to port a swift code like: https://gist.github.com/vlondon/491c2e7829d60e835d53a1f6810a34ed building as bc and then creating a node based on that? Or is it sci-fi?

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mic posted a new Feature Request, “ML-based background remover
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mic posted a new Discussion, “addig a custom port type without compiling

addig a custom port type without compiling

Since some update, Vuo allows to use custom made nodes simply putting the .c code inside Modules folder, without any need of compiling it. I wonder if I can add a custom port type the same way; as i never did that and just read quickly the documentation, it's just a matter of adding a .c file or do I need other files?

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