[PD] [netsend] bug?

Roman Haefeli reduzent at gmail.com
Fri May 6 21:24:02 CEST 2016

On Fri, 2016-05-06 at 12:46 -0300, Mario Mey wrote:
> Jack, thank you for this patch. It works. Also thanks to Patrice... but 
> I want to make it easy.
> Now, I would want to know how to reproduce l2s with Vanilla (I'm trying 
> to use only Vanilla).
> ... and there's something else: If I send "playlist" to VLC, the right 
> outlet of [netsend -b] prints the playlist... but one character per 
> print.


I found the cheapest method to concatenate a stream of atoms to lists is
appending them with 'add2 $1' to a message box. Then you wait for the
message delimiting character ('10' or '13' in this case) to flush the
content of of the message box.

The resulting list can be passed to [list tosymbol]. However, be a aware
that the human-friendly outcome (e.g. 'Now playing: ROTHKO - On the Day
We Said Goodbye') will be a symbol, not a list and can't be parsed
easily with Pd tools. 

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