[PD] opposite behaviour of [delay]

Alexandre Torres Porres porres at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 20:06:55 CEST 2015

howdy, [delay] ignores multiple input bangs and considers only the "last"

from the help file:
"sending a "bang" to a [delay] which is already set will reschedule its
output, cancelling the old one."

What if I wanted the opposite, like, further bangs will be ignored and not
reschedule the output. The output would then be rescheduled only after it
did output something and then received a new bang. Is there an object that
does that?

I made a patch that does it, with [spigot], seems to handle the job. Find
it attached.

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