[PD] limit in number of sssad abstraction

Frank Barknecht fbar at footils.org
Mon Feb 9 12:59:14 CET 2009

zmoelnig at iem.at hat gesagt: // zmoelnig at iem.at wrote:

> Quoting "Frank Barknecht" <fbar at footils.org>:
> > Hallo Pun,
> > punchik punchik hat gesagt: // punchik punchik wrote:
> >
> > Now you would of course never patch something like this directly, but it
> > may be that hidden sends inside of GUI objects are used like this.
> >
> the iemguis are usually protected internally against such loops.
> (that is: if you assign the same send/receive name in e.g. a fader,  
> this fader will not send (nor iirc, output) the values it receives)

Yeah, and that's very useful. I'd suggest to make the atoms for numbers
and symbols behave the save.

Still because GUI receivers are "hidden" it's still easy to patch
something with a loop when using explicit receivers, and it's even
easier with sssad because that also includes hidden receivers.


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