[L2Ork-dev] Suggestions...?

Jonathan Wilkes jon.w.wilkes at gmail.com
Sun Aug 23 22:00:38 EDT 2020

On Sun, Aug 23, 2020 at 9:47 PM Mario Sottile - Marionetas Mey
<mariomey at gmail.com> wrote:
> I started using Purr Data some time ago, because now I upgraded CPU, RAM, etc. Now, I can play with more-aesthetic-versions of some softwares that I use and like ;). It's pleasurable to edit patches with Purr Data. However, there are some things from PureData that still bother me.
> How difficult to implement are these features?

Currently there's no way for an object to handle its own xlet
placement. So although that would be a
great usability/readability enhancement for [route], the current xlet
placement algorithms can't match xlet positions
with arguments.

Segmented patch cords are probably easier. We could just store the
point data as extra arguments to the "connect"

The problem is that both Pd Vanilla and Purr Data currently type-check
the "connect" method looking for 4 arguments. So we'd
need to get Pd Vanilla to change the method signature to A_GIMME to
allow the extra arguments so that the syntax works
in both versions of Pd.


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