[PD] performance question: connections versus sends
reduzierer at yahoo.de
Wed Dec 19 01:49:56 CET 2007
On Tue, 2007-12-18 at 19:31 -0500, marius schebella wrote:
> I think connections are slightly faster, but that is negligible. the
> more important aspect is programming style/readability/layout/program
> flow, and in this respect connections are definitely preferable. with
> send/receive you end up with spaghetti code.
> Maybe when working with a lot of abstractions, it makes sense to use
> send/receive, just because drawing too many connections is a pain. but
> most of the time connections make your life easier.
maybe when working with a lot of abstractions, it makes sense to use
methods, that are all sent to the same inlet and inside the abstraction
[route]d apart again. it makes it also easier to debug, because you need
to create only one connection to one [print] in order to see, which
message is sent in what orde to the abstraction.
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