[chuck-users] ChucK and STDIN

DANIEL MAGNUSZEWSKI dmagnuszewski at mandtbank.com
Wed Jul 12 17:28:02 EDT 2006

Yeah, I've looked into this, and actually used it with some stuff that
I've done via the feedback.pl script
(http://www.perl.com/pub/a/2004/08/31/livecode.html). So I've only
really used it from a user, not a developer/coding standpoint.

>>> mcmahon at ibiblio.org 07/12/06 4:53 PM >>>

On Jul 12, 2006, at 1:41 PM, DANIEL MAGNUSZEWSKI wrote:

> Where can I look at the actual code that makes up the KBHit event?  
> Is it
> written in C or in ChucK? I'd like to see what that class is
> doing (behind the scenes) to watch for the keyboard being pressed.
> This is not really what I'm looking for, because I'd like to have  
> other
> programs send data into the ChucK program, and not have to send  
> data in
> via keyboard.
> I'm thinking that OSC may be the best way to get around this- but
> not sure. Are there any good intro docs/examples for using OSC  
> (besides,
> the docs on OSC's homepage)?

Check out http://search.cpan.org/~crenz/Net-OpenSoundControl-0.05/ -  
it's a Perl module for doing OSC that specifically has an OSC client  

use Net::OpenSoundControl::Client;

   my $client = Net::OpenSoundControl::Client->new(
       Host => "", Port => 7777)
       or die "Could not start client: $@\n";

   # This is a very slow fade-in...
   for (0..100) {
       $client->send(['/Main/Volume', 'f', $_ / 100]);

Dunno if this helps you out or not ...

  --- Joe M.
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