[PD] Re: new pmpd developer
cyrille.henry at la-kitchen.fr
Wed Mar 16 12:28:58 CET 2005
thanks for the video, they are nice.
Thomas Ouellet Fredericks wrote:
> Here are videos (screen captures, not yet the actual installation) and
> part of the code of my Fwish (Bassin du destion) installation. One
> version has fish that do not collide, the other does not because I
> decided it is nicer when the fish overlap.
> tom at danslchamp.org
> On Tue, 15 Mar 2005 18:30:41 +0100, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
>>Nicolas Montgermont hat gesagt: // Nicolas Montgermont wrote:
>>>I've been experimenting pmpd with datastructure for a week now,
>>Wow! That's quite a patch for one week, wonderful!!
>>>and I encounter a few problems that are all present in the attached
>>>- Computation speed! The simple model presented here (5 mass, 8
>>>link) seems to charge all my CPU at a metro period of 100ms. The
>>>string patch designed by Frank Barknecht in the datastructure
>>>tutorial was much more faster. Does anybody see any "bad"
>>>programming in the patch?
>>I also get a very high load. I will need a bit time to take a deeper
>>look, but generally the data structures are far from the efficiency
>>that e.g. Gem has. However I don't think your model should be that
>>>- use the $0 variable to have mutiple instanciation, but I have to
>>>use the external "sprintf" to build the "pd-$0-data" message. Is
>>>there a solution using only native pd objects to do that?
>>Yes, and it even works better here (maybe I have another sprintf, I
>>get lots of errors like "sprintf: no method for float").
>>Anyway the solution is to replace every "sprintf" with "makefilename",
>>you can keep the "pd-%d-data" part, it's the same for makefilename.
>> Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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