[PD] (no subject)

Roman Haefeli reduzierer at yahoo.de
Thu Feb 8 22:13:55 CET 2007

On Thu, 2007-02-08 at 17:03 +0100, Matteo.sistisette wrote:
> > anyway, why do you want to have a litteral '$0' in the abstraction
> > argument and not the value, that it represents, since it is actually
> the
> > same? if i am not totally mistaken, this would only make sense, when
> you
> > plan to save the patch with all the dynamically generated stuff
> OR when the patch that will receive the message is not the same one
> (or a subpatch of the one) in which you generate the message; that is,
> if "$0" evaluates to different values in the two contexts.
> This is possible, isn't it? This wouldn't necessarily involve
> saving....

yes, you are rught. i didn't think of that.

> However, I think an escaping mecanism (at least for $'s in messages)
> would indeed be vital.
> WHENEVER a special character exists, an escape character should exist,
> just in case.

yeah, i agree, some escaping mechanism would make a lot things much
easier in pd.


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