[PD] [netsend] bug?

Mario Mey mariomey at gmail.com
Fri May 6 21:27:53 CEST 2016

I understand this ";" at the end of the message... but I found something 
that I do call bug.

In text-object-help.pd, inside [pd tolist] and [pd fromlist], there's 
this message box:

[this is a message \; this is another 1 ... \;(

Inside the file, it is:

#X msg 81 115 list this is a message \\\; this is another 1 ... \\\;

When I edit this message box and delete the semicolon with backspace, 
PureData stops responding. Maybe some functions from the menu appears to 
work, but it is freeze.

El 06/05/16 a las 15:08, IOhannes m zmölnig escribió:
> On 05/06/2016 02:45 PM, Mario Mey wrote:
>> The connection is well done, but I discovered that the messages arrives
>> with a ";" at the end of the message.
> this is the format that Pd messages are transmitted in.
> it is not a bug, but called FUDI
>     https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FUDI
> both applications (e.g. Pd and VLC) need to speak the same protocol in
> order to communicate. to make [netsend] not speak FUDI but any arbitrary
> protocol, use the 'raw' mode (as jack has pointed out)
> gfmdsar
> IOhannes
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