[PD] "waking up" an audio patchbay abstraction upon live creation.

IOhannes m zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Sun Dec 17 21:56:43 CET 2017

On 12/17/2017 06:40 PM, Brady Sharp wrote:
> [...]

this is kind of known (at least to me :-)).
my workaround for live coding sessions is simply to hit Ctrl-S (save the
patch), which will force a recompilation of the DSP graph as well.
that workaround is so simple and effective, that i didn't really bother
to find a real solution for the problem.

> I'd rather not force a toggle of DSP or a saving of a canvas to get around
> this, as that will have other ramifications for the rest of my sprawling
> live patch.

now, if this were true then you are in serious trouble.
turning the DSP on (and to turn it "on", you might have to turn it "off"
first) will recalculate the DSP graph.
you might want to avoid that, but then you shouldn't do any patching, as
putting in a new DSP object might trigger the very same (unless of
course you are hitting a bug like the one you were initially describing)


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