[PD] g_save-0.1 Storage system with pool
gr_wip_pd at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 13 19:56:13 CET 2007
I didn't really know sssad-saving system, i think i tried it once... i gonna
look at how this is done and try to continue learning...
....But afterall, no matter, it was a good exercise.
>From: Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org>
>To: pd-list at iem.at, pd-announce at iem.at
>Subject: Re: [PD] g_save-0.1 Storage system with pool
>Date: Tue, 13 Feb 2007 19:48:02 +0100
>guillaume rabusseau hat gesagt: // guillaume rabusseau wrote:
> > I've just finished to make a clean release of the saving system i mostly
> > use. It's two abstractions (a "console" and an object you have to create
> > for each variable (floats or symbols) to store), you can store 16
> > (with as many variable as you want) and save them into a file.
> > You will need pool, iemlib (dollarg) and zexy..
> > I tried to make a clear help file, i hope it will not be to hard to
> > understand...
> > [TODO : * Allow multiple instance
> > * Allow storage of lists
> > * A lot of other things i think...]
>Nice work, but it seems to do not much more than the sssad-saving
>system in CVS. Additionally sssad already can store lists, allows
>multiple instances, is less intrusive regarding the send/receive
>namespace compared to g_save and doesn't require any externals.
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