[PD] scoping sends and receives
shift8 at digitrash.com
Fri Sep 9 23:38:21 CEST 2005
understand. good solution that meets the problem. might make reading
and understanding the patch a little more difficult though.
On Fri, 2005-09-09 at 22:11 +0100, ClaudiusMaximus wrote:
> shift8 wrote:
> > hi all -
> > how hard would it be to code in an option for an additional arg to
> > [send] that gives it scope? for example, [s foo] sends foo globaly.
> Probably quite hard, and not really worth it given you can use $0 as a
> local patch prefix.
> > [s foo local] would make the send local to it's containg patch, and
> > subpatches, but not to the parent patch.
> Try [s $0-foo] for this case.
> You can pass $0 to contained abstractions so they can [r $1-foo] where
> $1 is the parent's $0 that has been passed in.
> > [s foo patch] would make it local only to the containing patch, and not
> > subpatches or parent. this make sense?
> Try [s $0-foo] and use abstractions instead of subpatches for this case.
> > -shift8
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