[PD] Dynamic generation of $0-including objects?

Luke Iannini (pd) lukexipd at gmail.com
Thu Feb 8 08:34:14 CET 2007

Hahaha : ).

It was generating odd messages here, like [test $-7614554].  But I'm
on an intel mac using Pd-Extended autobuilds, so that's probably

Yes, I think a character escaping mechanism would be a good thing,
though of course escaping is already used in the pd-fileformat so who
knows what madness it would require.

Thanks again!

On 2/8/07, Chris McCormick <chris at mccormick.cx> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 08, 2007 at 12:16:02AM -0700, Luke Iannini (pd) wrote:
> > Hm... I'm not sure if your patch was supposed to "work" or demonstrate
> > my issue, Chris... thanks for making it regardless : ).
> It was supposed to solve your problem.
> > Thanks to both of yas!  Should probably add this to puredata.org or
> > something for posterity.  Or a bug report since it's obviously a
> > kludge.
> If you consider it a kludge, then most of Pd is a kludge. ;)
> I don't think it's that bad, or at least no worse than any of the other
> dynamic patching stuff. Maybe slightly better would be a character
> escaping mechanism like [\$0(
> Best,
> Chris.
> -------------------
> chris at mccormick.cx
> http://mccormick.cx

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