[PD] passing $0 from an abstraction to another abstraction
adrcki at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 11:36:42 CET 2014
I can create [initbang] in Pd-extended but not in Vanilla. Is this in
On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 1:03 AM, i go bananas <hard.off at gmail.com> wrote:
> Loadbang doesn't trigger when you create abstractions dynamically.
> Use [initbang], or send a message after creating the abstraction to
> trigger the loadbang. (Look up pd-msg in the help docs)
> On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, Alexandros Drymonitis <adrcki at gmail.com>
>> I'm creating an abstraction (say it's called test-parent.pd) which
>> creates another abstraction (called test-child.pd) inside a subpatch, a
>> number of times according to the argument passed to test-parent.pd.
>> What I want to do is store $0 of test-parent.pd and pass it to all
>> instances of test-child.pd to set a name for [throw~] which is in the
>> test-child abstraction, like this (this is in test-parent.pd):
>> [loop] <- this is an until loop with a counter
>> [t f b]
>> | |
>> [* 20] [$0]
>> | |
>> | |
>> [pack f f]
>> [obj 100 $1 test-child $2(
>> [s subpatch]
>> Inside test-child.pd I have this:
>> [$1 ]
>> [set $1-sum(
>> Say that $0 of test parent is 1004. What happens is that, even though all
>> test-child.pd abstractions are created like this [test-child 1004], I get
>> the following error: throw~ 1127-sum: no matching catch
>> There is a [catch~ $0-sum] in test-parent.pd, which, I guess, is updated
>> accoridng to $0, but [test-child] seems to have been stuck to 1127 (I'm
>> clearing the subpatch where all [test-child]s are being created, and then
>> create the abstractions)...
>> Any clues?
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