[chuck-users] Intraspection - an example of what I'm attempting

mike clemow michaelclemow at gmail.com
Tue Nov 9 12:54:16 EST 2010


(This conversation is faster that I can keep up with!)

No, not a type: Keyword, more likely a type: Class.  Or, it may be easier to
deal with strings, or arrays of string.  I thought that strings, being
mutable, might be dangerous.  I think that we could get more specific errors
if we had this all built into the language.


2010/11/9 Kassen <signal.automatique at gmail.com>

> Mike;
>> However, if the reserved word-- SinOsc --could be made equivalent to what
>> was returned from .typeOf() or .className(), then it would be totally great.
> Are you proposing a new type representing "keyword"? I don't think that
> would fly in the long term, unless we could add to the keywords. I still
> want this to -one day- fly:
> class Distortion extends UGen
>   {
>   fun float tick() { .....etc...}
>   }
> Furthermore there are more object types than UGens; so far we only
> discussed UGens but we need a general solution that will be able to deal
> with a array containing -say- objects of type "note" and type "melody" or
> "loop" and whatever. Without needing to implement what would amount to a
> custom type system.
> Yours,
> Kas.
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