[chuck-users] chuck, PD and OSC
garton at columbia.edu
Mon May 19 16:42:09 EDT 2008
Seriously, when I was building rtcmix~ (which acted as the template
I don't think flext was fully-developed. Plus there is some
weirdness in the way
I do the dynamic loading, not sure about flext compatability
(probably is easy).
flext does look like a nifty approach, does it work with Xcode yet?
There is a PD chuck~ object, as noted in an earlier post. Plus
all this stuff is on-line, feel free to flext-ize it!
On May 19, 2008, at 5:42 AM, Luigi Rensinghoff wrote:
> I am mainly a PD User but had a short look into chuck....
> For now i cannot grasp the capabilities that a chuck~object brings
> into max or PD, but i am very interested..
> Its a shame you didnt use "flext" (you know it ??)
> That way we had a PD-object as well..
> Since i am not a programmer i cannot do the port, do you think it
> is a lot of effort ???
> Thanks Luigi
> Am 06.12.2007 um 18:10 schrieb garton at columbia.edu:
>> Quoting Stephen Sinclair <radarsat1 at gmail.com>:
>>> Some day I'd like to see a standardized shared-memory approach to
>>> passing OSC messages, which would be insanely fast on a local
>>> (Though, I believe that local loopback sockets are often
>>> using shared memory, and are thus pretty much just as fast. Not
>>> if this is the case in Linux, I've been meaning to look it up for a
>> My preference is to dump OSC entirely, and use some kind of
>> loadable/imbeddable scheme. It would be just fun fun fun to put the
>> entirety of ChucK into a loadable lib of some kind, and then find the
>> entry-points you want from your calling environment and go go go.
>> This is how [chuck~] works, by the way,
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