[PD] Pd sets dirty flag on all parent patches when a child abstraction is modified
mpuckett at imusic1.ucsd.edu
Tue Dec 25 05:33:51 CET 2007
There's a longstanding bug: when you edit an abstraction, Pd then
"recreates" all copies of that abstraction, which has the side effect
of dirtying all parent patches. I think it's on my very long list of
bugs to deal with... :)
On Mon, Dec 24, 2007 at 07:51:32PM -0800, Luke Iannini (pd) wrote:
> Is that a bug or a feature?
> I use a set of patches with many iterations and child abstractions.
> Editing a deeply embedded abstraction, then saving that abstraction
> and closing the very top parent patch always results in a huge stream
> of "Discard changes to this window?" dialogues that eventually crash
> Pd (of course, that is most definitely a bug : ) ).
> It doesn't make much sense to me that the dirty flag is set on the
> parent - nothing changes in the parent's file when a child abstraction
> is edited (though sure, its appearance might change if the child
> abstraction was GOP).
> It's even more confusing when I've been working on many patches and am
> unsure if I actually edited the parent, or whether it's just this
> Can anyone give a reason why this happens, or should I file a bug report?
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