[PD] Inlinet creation arguments into abstracts
eu at nunogodinho.com
Thu Dec 8 21:42:27 CET 2005
I am sorry if I didn't explain it well enough.
I want to avoid having to send the message "open n0.avi" into the "sub"
abstraction. I will be using several instances of "sub". The problem is that
when I create the object like "sub n0.avi", which should be defining the $1
(the leftmost inlet, right?) parameter, nothing happens. Get it? Now I have
to send the filename through an inlet. I would like to define it as an
inline constant argument. I just don't understand how to do it.
Maybe it would be easier if you could send me a working example of an object
sending inline arguments into an abstraction.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: pd-list-bounces at iem.at [mailto:pd-list-bounces at iem.at]
> On Behalf Of Jerome Tuncer
> Sent: quinta-feira, 8 de Dezembro de 2005 20:26
> To: pd-list at iem.at
> Subject: Re: [PD] Inlinet creation arguments into abstracts
> I'm not sure I'm getting it right here.
> Your patch actually works but what you'd like to do is make
> it simpler in case you have more instances of that sub.pd??
> What's the relationship between this and creation arguments
> of the instance of the abstract.?
> Sorry for being so dumb it doesn't appear clearly to me (-:
> Nuno Godinho a écrit :
> > Hi Georg,
> > I found it on the docs but I still can't figure out how to
> use it. I
> > actually tried to add an argument to an abstract but nothing really
> > happened.
> > I am sending you a dumb example attached so that you can,
> if possible,
> > tell me what am I doing wrong. Inside "main" I have an instance of
> > "sub" and now I have to send it "open n0.avi" in order to
> make it load
> > the n0.avi file. I would like to just write "sub n0.avi".
> > Can you help me understand this? It seems to be quite
> simple but I am
> > lost here.
> > Thanks,
> > Nuno
> >>-----Original Message-----
> >>From: Georg Holzmann [mailto:grhPD at gmx.at]
> >>Sent: quinta-feira, 8 de Dezembro de 2005 19:06
> >>To: Nuno Godinho
> >>Cc: pd-list at iem.at
> >>Subject: Re: [PD] Inlinet creation arguments into abstracts
> >>>anyone help me or point me to documentation? Pd
> >>documentation talks a
> >>>lot about "creation arguments" but never explains how they
> >>actually work.
> >>I'm shure it is explained somewhere, but don't know where ...
> >>In pd you can use $1 for first creation argument, $2 for the second
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