[PD] some naming conventions
marius.schebella at gmail.com
Sun Sep 14 20:35:45 CEST 2008
IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
> Derek Holzer wrote:
>> In the Pure Data FLOSS Manual, there are a naming couple conventions
>> that I'm still uncertain about using there:
>> 1) audio object vs [dataflow/message/non-audio/data/numeric] object
> i would go for "message" object.
> "numeric" is wrong most of the time, "non-audio" seems clumsy, "data" is
> equally true for audio-objects as is "dataflow".
I often refer to tilde objects as 'signal' objects rather than audio
objects. for the other type I agree with IOhannes on message objects.
>> 2) edit mode vs [play/perform/performance/non-edit] mode
> personally is us "run" mode mostly.
> "play" is a bit non-interactive; non-edit is so negative; perform(ance)
> implies a performance boost rather than a different type of interaction.
same here. run mode.
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