[chuck-users] Communicate with a C++ programme

Stephen D Beck sdbeck at lsu.edu
Tue May 10 16:57:19 EDT 2016


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From: <chuck-users-bounces at lists.cs.princeton.edu<mailto:chuck-users-bounces at lists.cs.princeton.edu>> on behalf of Guille Elias Alonso <guille_elias_alonso at hotmail.com<mailto:guille_elias_alonso at hotmail.com>>
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Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 3:53 PM
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Subject: [chuck-users] Communicate with a C++ programme

Hello guys,

I'm writing a programme that analyses the micro input and makes some actions according to the analysis. Everything about the analysis is written in Chuck. The analysis of the micro signal gives a single number every 16 ms, and this number has to be sent to the C++ programme but I don't know how I can connect the two parts. This application is highly time-sensitive so I need a fast way of communicating.

I had read about these OSC events but it seems it's only for Chuck programmes receiving input from the outside and I want just the opposite. I've also thought about some mechanism of shared memory between the Chuck programme and the C++ programme but I don't see anywhere some way of implementing that with Chuck. Do you have any ideas?

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