[PD] seperate GUI communication protocol?

Jelle Herold jelle at defekt.nl
Fri Sep 9 17:49:34 CEST 2005

Hey Thomas and list,

Quoting Thomas Grill (gr at grrrr.org):
> > > if you think of writing a patch editor, it's more complicated ...
> > > but it would also be possible using a pyext object (that's
> > > providing the gui) and a dyn~ object (providing the patching
> > > environment)...
> >
> > yes, that's what I'm looking for. thanks, will look into this.
> >
> > ps. there's an interesting file on the dyn website, "dyn_py - Python
> > module for py/pyext". no documentation however...
> true, but it's just an experimental project in an early stage of
> development and there are presentation slides and Python scripts
> serving as some kind of documentation.
> The problem is the whole thing is built on top of PD and doesn't
> integrate - therefore it's not efficient at all.
> i have stopped this project for now - most of the functionality is
> integrated into dyn~ anyway.

Out of curiousity I just had a look at this document:

This seems to be exactly what I need (with or without Python wrapper).
Why is dyn~ better?

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