[PD] logical timing question
plessas at mur.at
Sun Jan 11 18:33:56 CET 2009
Dear Roman, Frank, List
Roman Haefeli wrote:
> while not being 100% sure, what frank meant with the other timing
> domain, i guess, he meant all the messages, that are not initiated by
> [metro]/[delay]/[pipe] and co. this would be messages from:
> - the guis and clicks on message boxes
> - networking objects [netreceive]/[tcpreceive] etc.
> - [hid] / [comport] / [arduino] / [wiimote]
> - [cltin] / [notein] / [midiin] etc.
> - probably more
> all those messages lack the extra timing information and thus are
> executed only at block boundaries.
I'm just interested, how would you argue that the logical timing of the
following is sub-adc/dac-block (which it is)?
[t b b]
[t b b] [random 100]
| [/ 100]
[t b b]
Clearly we all agree that [del] follows Pd's time tagged execution. So
this time tag must be set with respect to the whole logical tree,
including the new value given by the [random] object, right?
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