[PD] strange error in console

IOhannes m zmoelnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Jun 16 09:26:16 CEST 2010

On 2010-06-16 01:15, Martin Peach wrote:

> Well the original post related to [routeOSC] and [unpackOSC] using the
> same help file. I did that because [unpackOSC] is fairly useless on its
> own and [routeOSC] won't work without [unpackOSC] ahead of it. Also

hmm, i cannot quite follow.
i have been using countless full-blown patches using [unpackOSC] without
if the namespace is rather flat and you don't care for pattern-matching
(which i learned to avoid anyhow, as the overhead is often too big),
[route] is a nice replacement.
of course you don't get the nifty [routeOSC] features, but what do i
need them for with [routeOSC /amplitude /gain] ?

the other way around it's probably even more interesting.
while OSC is often seen as a means to network 2 applications, it is of
course more generic.
people are known to use OSC messages (or at least: OSC-like messages)
for all kind of things, e.g. iirc, SSSAD is using it internally.
so [routeOSC] definitely has it's uses without a [packOSC]

nevertheless, i am the last to enforce a one-helppatch-per-object.


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