[chuck-users] implementing a "wait for signal with timeout"

Hans Aberg haberg at math.su.se
Mon Jun 8 18:00:20 EDT 2009

On 8 Jun 2009, at 23:20, Robert Poor wrote:

> You approach looks just fine for situations where you generate notes  
> at a "musically sensible" rate.
> My system isn't musically sensible: I'm generating dozens of "I just  
> modified the end time of your event" messages every second, so  
> sporking a shred and letting it die is not an option -- I'd be  
> burning a megabyte of non-recoverable memory every second.

I am not sure exactly how 'chuck' does memory allocations, but I avoid  
allocate any reference types in the threads. I have had the program  
running for long time. Are you saying the threads themselves are  

> I suspect Dan Trueman is doing the same thing I'm doing, namely  
> spawning secondary timing shreds as needed, which can be kept around  
> and re-used after they've done their duty.

One idea I have, but haven't tried, is making a thread an event  


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