[PD-dev] iem_t3_lib - sample rate change

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Aug 23 14:23:37 CEST 2006

Thomas Grill wrote:
>> well yes, but that is easy to fix.
> sure, but it's your decision to give to objects a signal inlet, which i 
> didn't want to take.

i see.
btw, thanks for looking at the code (it seems like i haven't said 
anything positive about your bug-report+fix yet; this doesn't mean that 
we are not thankful)

> what you get is a kind of time-stamped metro which can have 
> message-based applications too.
> I have to say that i won't use the t3-objects themselves, just looked 
> into them - but i'll use some mechanics of them for some more general 
> clocking functionality.

but each message in pd is implicitly timestamped, so there is no use for 
such a feature, _unless_ you need explicit timestamps, which do not 
necessarily correspond to the exact time of the message. (e.g. 
scheduling messages in the future)


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