[PD] comport - right outlet outputs only '-1'

Simon Iten itensimon at gmail.com
Mon Mar 6 16:33:53 CET 2017

hey roman,

0.0extended works. i am creating this: [comport 1 19200] with an arduino connected.

but now i reinstalled 1.1 and it also works… very strange…

so, i guess sorry for the noise.
> On 6 Mar 2017, at 16:23, Roman Haefeli <reduzent at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Simon
> Thanks for your report. Frankly, I didn't test on OS X yet.
> On Mon, 2017-03-06 at 15:54 +0100, Simon Iten wrote:
>> i downloaded your comport v1.1 for osx and i have a strange problem…
>> whenever i try to create a comport object with some initial values
>> the object box does not create and pd freezes (i have to force quit)
> What arguments did you give to [comport]?
>> creating a [comport] works…also opening the help patch works.
> The help patch uses a [comport 1 9600]. Can you successfully create
> this? I'm wondering whether your problem is related to that fact that
> you specify arguments  at all or rather if it has a problem with
> specifically those values you want to use. What device is it on the
> port you specify?
>> i had comport v0.0. extended installed before if it matters, but it
>> seems deken overwrites the files automagically if the folder name is
>> the same…
> I _think_ downloading a package always overwrites any previously
> installed packages with the same name [1].
> Does the same happen with the v0.0-extended version?
> Roman
> [1] Actually, Deken just extracts the archive over the existing folder,
> which means that any files in the destination folder not part of the
> archive will remain there. Don't get fooled by the file VERSION.txt
> which shows 1.1 after you installed comport v0.0-extended.
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