[PD] OSC messages without / (fwd)
IOhannes m zmölnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Fri Oct 22 19:05:29 CEST 2010
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> From: Leandro da Mota Damasceno <lemota at gmail.com>
> Let's think in a different way... Why would I just use a udpreceive and
> a route in Max/MSP to make it work and why doesn't it work with PD? What
> the udpreceive does differently for the output in Max/MSP? I am guessing
> it was an internal unpackOSC that does not care about /. Is that it?
i think, that max's [udp*] objects simply allows to use messages that
are not OSC, whereas the Pd objects enforce a strict OSC-adherence.
usually, the way to implement communication standards is:
- - be strict in what you send (here the max-objects are faulty)
- - be lax in what you accept (here the pd-objects are faulty)
the simplest way to fix the problem is: adhere to the standard!
so if you can change the max-patch, i would advise you to simply add a
leading "/" to the messages you send.
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