[PD] speedlimit of data in Pd - until in reverse order

João Pais jmmmpais at googlemail.com
Fri Jun 29 12:48:04 CEST 2012


thanks for your replies, I wasn't aware of the function of [until]'s right  
inlet. It does work much faster that way.

>> This is a kind of general problem: What is the "speedlimit of data" in
>> Pd?
>> How many operations can be done until a stack overflow occurs?
> There is a place where the limit is hardcoded-- that's what gives the  
> "buffer
> overflow" error.  It protects against infinite recursive loops in some  
> cases but
> not in others, as well as being a nuisance when you need to have a  
> recursive
> loop more than 1,000 levels deep.  I think matju precisely explained how  
> it
> works on the list somewhere (definitely more precisely than I can).

ok, I'll look for that

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