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Tue Feb 18 23:53:53 CET 2020
* IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> [2020-02-18 23:28]:
> On 2/18/20 10:21 PM, ffdd cchh wrote:
> > The bug/feature with [r pd-dsp-started] is that you'll get a bang
> > every time you save the patch,
> it's neither a bug nor a feature.
> the DSP-graph is re-built when the patch is saved, and so the
> "pd-dsp-started" is emitted.
> > so it's not very useful while patching
> how so?
> (a [metro] will also send bangs while patching, and yet it is useful in
> live-coding contexts.)
After a moment of thinking about this, and about the bug with [bang~]
only working after creation when the dsp graph is rebuilt, I must admit
I do find it awkward that certain things in a pd dsp graph only work after
explicitely forcing the dsp grap to be rebuilt by saving the patch.
After all, would anyone be happy with a message object that only works
correctly after having saved a patch? There might be implementations
details I am ignorant of, which prevent other behavior, but as a Pd user
this usefulness does come to certain minds.
looking up for further discussion,
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