Hi, I know at least some of this has been covered before...
I could as the -dev list, but I figured I'd try y'all first: Is there any hope that the Pd-dev team might consider, or is considering extending Pd to allow it to compile standalones, or even export source?
I'm asking because I am going to embark on a rather ambitious project which may become a product prototype. I am interested in Pd because I know it, it is openSource, and easy for novices to use. I intend to develop a device which will combine a realtime DSP engine with novel and intuitive hardware and an object-oriented patching/dataflow environment similar to PD. Ideally, the hardware would be embedded, headless, and *FAST*. Although, within my capabilities at this time is prototyping on a linux box with a realitime kernel.
So, in addition to the above question, I guess I am wondering if anyone is aware of a particularly well-suited DSP toolchain/hardware that is openSource. OR, a DSP language that will fit the bill and allow me to compile executable binaries that will run on embedded processors or DSP hardware.