[PD] zexy 2.0 without [nop][correcting my lame-ass self]
derek at x-i.net
Fri Jun 3 21:43:21 CEST 2005
Whoopsie! Didn't see the tilde there! I assume that [nop~] still exists.
And I can see why [nop] wasn't the most popular object on the block.
Cosmetic would be a good word for it ;-)
derek holzer wrote:
> Hi Roman, IOhannes,
> > me and friends of mine used [nop] sometimes just for cosmetical reasons.
> More than "cosmetical", [nop~] is employed in the use of [limiter~] as a
> way of delaying the signal one sample block. This makes the new Zexy
> reverse-incompatible with its own help files for another object, as well
> as any patches out there using [limiter~] as the help files would
> suggest you to.
> Roman Haefeli wrote:
>> me and friends of mine used [nop] sometimes just for cosmetical reasons.
>> now i found out that it has been dropped from zexy. is there a reason
>> to drop an object when it's already introduced? i mean, it's _not_ that
>> difficult to change the patches, so it's not a big deal, but i think
>> [nop] didn't "disturb" the library, or did it?
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