[PD-dev] dynamic patching: getting info on objects

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at at.or.at
Mon Aug 2 21:06:37 CEST 2010

Hey t3db0t, I'm happy to see you digging into the guts!  mrpeach's  
[which] will tell you if an object exists or not.  Maybe something in  
the iemguts lib will tell you more?


On Aug 2, 2010, at 12:55 PM, Ted Hayes wrote:

> Hi all, this is t3db0t, been meaning to subscribe here for a while  
> and finally did, and I have a question.
> I'm writing a remote front-end that sends FUDI internal messages  
> over a socket to a server running a -nogui Pd instance.  I'd like to  
> be able to get a listing of every object available to that instance  
> with how many inlets and outlets each object has, i.e.,
> osc~ 2 1
> etc. etc.  I wouldn't assume this is possible, but I had to ask  
> before I just start hand-coding my own.  I image the native Pd front- 
> end builds this list when it initializes, so is there any way I can  
> listen in to that—over a socket?  Thanks everyone!!
> —t3db0t
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