[PD] gpointers and [triggers], [routes] and [print]

Henri Augusto Bisognini msndohenri at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 3 21:39:55 CEST 2018


Is there anyway to use a [route] to detect when a pointer is received?

Also, on a side note: when i send a pointer directly from a [pointer] object to [print] i get a on the console

"print: (gpointer)"

But if that pointer goes through an [t a] or an [route] for example and i try to print it i get instead:

"print: (pointer)"

Just out o curiosity, why the difference on the [print] output?

There is actually any difference in the usage of pointers after they go through [trigger] or [route]?

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