[PD] best way to do 1/x
shima at pspunch.com
Wed Jul 9 05:16:02 CEST 2008
I was imagining rather a single send/receive pair messing around with
execution order of data entering at once.
Thanks a bunch though.
> On Wed, 9 Jul 2008, PSPunch wrote:
>> I've never noticed send/receive causing unpredictable execution order.
>> Can someone show me an example of under what circumstances this occurs
>> so I can avoid future head aches?
> all cases. the receivers are ordered in the order that they are created.
> if you are currently editing a patch, this is likely to be different
> from the order that it will be when you will reload the patch. the only
> way to change the order is to recreate the receivers in the correct
> order, but really, you should seek a more transparent way of doing
> things. For example, if [r $0-stuff] has to be received in two distinct
> phases, make a splitter that uses a [t a a] from [r $0-stuff] to [s
> $0-stuff-1] and [s $0-stuff-2] so that all receivers that need the
> information early use $0-stuff-1 and the ones that need it late use
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