[PD] [netsend] unix socket because of [comport]
Thomas O Fredericks
tof at danslchamp.org
Wed Jul 4 14:45:16 CEST 2007
In my own experience netsend/netreceive works very well even with a
constant stream of data.
On 7/4/07, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> patrick wrote:
> > hi,
> > i'm looking for the best way to use netsend / netreceiving between 2
> > instances of pd (1 with -nogui) running on the same computer.
> just stick [netsend] into one instance and [netreceive] into the other
> instance :-)
> seriously, what is the problem that cannot be solved with "just" the
> > someone could ask why i need to run 2 instances of pd on the same computer?
> i would never dare to ask this, as i do it all the time (with heavy
> "fixed" applications)
> you just have to collect all the messages at a one point (at the sending
> side); for this, the use of [inlet]/[outlet]s might be fit better than
> [send]/[receive] (otoh, i usually use the [s]/[r] approach for ease of
> patching, but there i write my own [mysend] which (additionally) does
> the bundling of the messages.
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thomas ouellet fredericks, tof at danslchamp.org, montreal, canada
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