[PD] OSC limitations in Vanilla
mmturner2468 at gmail.com
Sun Apr 18 14:15:15 CEST 2021
I rewrote the TouchOSC templates using only vanilla (at least I think it is vanilla). These templates allow one to easily use the TouchOSC program on an iPhone/iPad and Pd.
Not sure this is what you are looking for but thought I’d reply.
If you are interested, you can take a look at the patches here:
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> I asked this on the facebook group, thought I'd ask it here as well. Who
> cannot be happy with vanilla's OSC support and still needs mrpeach and
> stuff? I mean, really really need as in there's no way to deal with such
> OSC tasks in Vanilla. Tell me what exactly please... I know that it can
> happen and how, I just wanted examples in the real world, and I also
> believe Vanilla is fine for most use cases.
> I just never use OSC as all I do is inside Pd anyway :)
> I see [netsend]/[netreceive] make [udpsend]/[udpreceive] obsolete these
> days for OSC... but we also have [routeOSC] and [packOSC], and in Vanilla's
> documentation we see this: ~*no attempt is made here to clearly
> distinguish between the OSC address (symbols) and the following data, nor
> between blobs and lists of numbers - it is assumed that you know what types
> the message should contain. You can alternatively use the OSC objects from
> mrpeach which have more features than these.*~
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