[PD] [PD-announce] pd 0.43-3 released
msp at ucsd.edu
Wed Jul 4 18:43:52 CEST 2012
(taking this off pd-announce - sorry I didn't notice that earlier :)
Yep, it was indeed my original focus, and it's proved hard to make it
as wonderful as I keep hoping it will someday be. Anyhow, making
traversal more convenient is definitely something I want to do. BEsides
the ideas you mentioned, here are two others - first, being ble somehow
to name a pointer so somewhere else in the patch you can get what's inside
a pointer object - maybe somehow making it more like "v" objects.
Also, making pointers/data structures and "textfile" have many of the
same methods (and several more of them) so you can search, trim, reorder,
Much to think about!
On Wed, Jul 04, 2012 at 06:33:49PM +0200, João Pais wrote:
> I would find it very simple if a method would allow me to find
> scalar nr 2571 (I have a patch with many more) by sending the
> message [traverse xxxx, bang, next 2571(, than by building a
> [2571(-[until]-[next( structure. Or for example, it's impossible (?)
> to erase scalers without using the mouse.
> Making those simple/trivial operations less laborious to program -
> i.e., incorporate them into [pointer] - could be a good way of
> making data structures more accessible. which was anyway, the
> original drive to create Pd, as I read in your paper (right?).
> or, what was meant with "unnecessary complexity"?
> >Yeah... I'm still trying to figure out how to make data structures less
> >clunky without adding unnecessary complexity... I'm planning to go back
> >and look at that again.
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