[PD-dev] Creating delayed functions in Pd external?

Christof Ressi info at christofressi.com
Mon Jun 7 01:55:30 CEST 2021


what you want is a "t_clock". clock_new() takes a function pointer + 
void pointer. You can then schedule the function for execution with 

For a simple example, check the source code for the delay object 
("t_delay") in "x_time.c".


On 07.06.2021 01:21, Iain Duncan wrote:
> Hi folks, I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction here. 
> I'm porting Scheme for Max to pure data and I'm stuck figuring out how 
> to get delayed functions going. In Max, the SDK has a facility to make 
> register a callback to executed at some point in the future, a few 
> different ways. Is there a Pd equivalent, and if so, could anyone 
> point me at resources or code for it?  I basically just need to be 
> able to have a callback fire off at the right time with one argument, 
> which can be void pointer to the rest of the stuff i want to get.
> thanks!
> iain
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