[PD] value object with dollar sign in name acts locally only

IOhannes zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Sat Nov 15 13:45:25 CET 2014

I'm not entirely sure i understand your original question, but having
[value $1-foo] in an abstraction used as [abs1 murgl] and a [value $2-foo] in an abstraction used as [anotherabs qaex murgl] will certainly have both instances of [value] reference the *same* value (just as [value murgl-foo] will reference the same value)

Am 14. November 2014 20:44:10 MEZ, schrieb Iain Mott <mott at reverberant.com>:
>Sorry, not thinking very well - yes there is, using send and receive
>rather than value.
>Em Sex, 2014-11-14 às 17:10 -0200, Iain Mott escreveu:
>> Hi list - In two different abstractions, I would like to use dollar
>> signs in the names of "value" objects. As I understand it, the value
>> object usually has global scope, however it doesn't seem to work that
>> way across abstractions when a dollar sign referencing the same
>> argument is incorporated in the name. 
>> eg. if i give a value object in two abstractions the name argument
>> "$1_started", where $1 is a file name referenced by the two, the
>> of the value objects of the abstractions don't confer when one is
>> changed. Is there a way around this problem?
>> Thanks, iain
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