[chuck-users] chuck shell...
Andrew C. Smith
acsmith at willamette.edu
Fri Sep 11 11:06:25 EDT 2009
It seems like changing parameters is possible through the mini rather
than through the shell at all--you could use MAUI elements, at least.
Another thing to try is using static classes and have some smaller .ck
files that take arguments to change the static elements (therefore
changing global frequencies, tempos, etc). That could be easily done
via the shell or via the mini. I'm not sure why using the shell makes
a huge difference, aside from avoiding the mouse.
Did that make any sense? Words are tricky this morning.
On Fri, Sep 11, 2009 at 10:56 AM, Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Well for myself, I just don't grok the mini at all. It seems to me
>> that there really needs to be some kind of incremental (read
>> shell-like command line) interface somewhere, so that I can change
>> parameters on the fly. I'm sure that I just don't understand how y'all
>> do it.
> I'm not sure i understand the question. As far as i can see the mini
> does all that --shell does, just in a different way. could you perhaps
> try to re-word this because I'm quite intruiged by what you mean by
> "incremental interface" here.
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