[PD] who is using [entry]?

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Tue Nov 27 02:57:05 CET 2007

Actually the only tricky one is "{".   Anyone have any ideas how to  
send a { to the text widget?  Here's my latest attempt:

sys_vgui("%s insert end \"\\\\{\"\n", x->widget_id->s_name);


On Nov 26, 2007, at 6:10 PM, Mathieu Bouchard wrote:

> On Mon, 26 Nov 2007, Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> [key %( and [key ~( are working for me, but the others are not.   
>> I'll see about implementing the symbolic names for everything  
>> (i.e. "rightbracket", "doublequote", etc.).
> watch out if you are using tcl's [eval]: it will parse the string  
> as tcl code if you don't quote the content properly. I say that  
> because it's what this bug report sounds like.
> problems with % and ~ would look like something else instead.
>> I think there will be some wierdness inevitably since it'll have  
>> to work around Pd type system for things like backslash.
> It's not about the type system, it's about the parser, and you only  
> need double your backslash, just like you have to backslash comma  
> and semicolon.
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