[PD] Store some lists with undo function?

Ivica Ico Bukvic ico at vt.edu
Wed May 22 14:56:34 CEST 2013

cyclone/coll also has a nice set of actions that allow easy
sorting/inserting/deleting, etc. It's based on Max's coll.


From: pd-list-bounces at iem.at [mailto:pd-list-bounces at iem.at] On Behalf Of JF
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 8:08 AM
To: Joe White
Cc: pd list
Subject: Re: [PD] Store some lists with undo function?


Hi Joe,

That's brilliant thanks for going to the trouble!

But not exactly what I'm after as it doesn't account for entries 
with more than one atom. I'm looking to store something like...

103 c3 127,
267 d3 120,
300 c3 0,
503 d3 0,

I see that I could probably use your idea but chop off the last 3 entries
than the last 1 entry, but I was hoping to create a generic abstraction that

could understand the comma delimiter. Something that I could have mixed 
length lists in.

Although it has given me ideas so thanks for that! 






From: Joe White <white.joe4 at gmail.com>
To: JF <saintidle at yahoo.com> 
Cc: pd list <pd-list at iem.at> 
Sent: Wednesday, 22 May 2013, 12:22
Subject: Re: [PD] Store some lists with undo function?


Hi John,


If you don't need comma separated lists (although I have a feeling you might
for time-stamped message) then you can do it this way with

[u_collect] instead. 




On 21 May 2013 20:38, JF <saintidle at yahoo.com> wrote:

I'm experimenting with a message sequencer that will play back time tagged

So far I've looked at [qlist] [textfile] and rjlib's [u_cocollect].

Are there any relatively simple approaches to 'undo'-ing the last list
written to any of these


I'm a little stumped on it to be honest other than complicated writing to
buffers and

attempting to prune the last list somehow.


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