[chuck-users] IP address from incoming OSC message?

mike clemow michaelclemow at gmail.com
Thu Aug 19 16:48:37 EDT 2010

Have you installed mrmr server?  That system works by serving up the
interfaces to various clients and broadcasting from there, I thought.  I
haven't really dug further into it than that.  but you might still have to
use an OSC router like OSCulator just to figure out what's coming from what
ip.  That's an interesting problem.  I guess if all else fails, you could
write an OSC mapper script in python using pyliblo, or something, although,
that sounds like more effort than should be necessary.


On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 4:27 PM, Michael Heuer <heuermh at gmail.com> wrote:

> mike clemow wrote:
> > Could you route them through OSCulator and alter their addresses based on
> > the host?
> Yeah maybe.  I wrote the author of TouchOSC to ask if a unique client
> identifier might be added to its OSC protocol.  Mrmr has a options to
> use a bundle message style
> /mrmr/widgettype/widgetnumber/uniqueId
> or to include the unique identifier with each message
> /mrmr/widgettype/widgetnumber 0.1 uniqueId
> but I can't get it to connect to a ChucK OSC server on my Mac.
> TouchOSC works fine.
>   michael
> http://hexler.net/software/touchosc
> http://mrmr.noisepages.com
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