nested bpatcher arguments problem

Jan 25, 2009 at 6:41pm

nested bpatcher arguments problem

Hi there,

I am working with a two level bpatcher structure, the main patcher contains 8 bpatchers referring to the same abstraction X (not embedded).

The abstraction X contains multiple other bpatchers Y,Z,… (not embedded). The inspector of the 8 bpatchers on level 1 contains a unique identifier as an argument (ch1, ch2, ch3,..) which is used within X and also within Y and Z (by putting #1 into the respective inspectors).

For some reason, the arguments (ch1, ch2,ch3) don’t get propagated correctly, so I am wondering what the best strategy for those kind of cases is.

The patcher in question is pretty massive, therefore I hope, my long winded explanation isn’t too confusing.

cheers, nick

#41934
Jan 25, 2009 at 6:52pm

On 25 janv. 09, at 19:41, Nick Laqua wrote:

> Hi there,
>
> I am working with a two level bpatcher structure, the main patcher
> contains 8 bpatchers referring to the same abstraction X (not
> embedded).
>
> The abstraction X contains multiple other bpatchers Y,Z,… (not
> embedded). The inspector of the 8 bpatchers on level 1 contains a
> unique identifier as an argument (ch1, ch2, ch3,..) which is used
> within X and also within Y and Z (by putting #1 into the respective
> inspectors).
>
> For some reason, the arguments (ch1, ch2,ch3) don’t get propagated
> correctly, so I am wondering what the best strategy for those kind
> of cases is.
>
> The patcher in question is pretty massive, therefore I hope, my long
> winded explanation isn’t too confusing.

I can’t reproduce. Could you provide a patch?

ej

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#149753
Jan 25, 2009 at 9:12pm

I went back to working with two layers of objects, solved my problem and makes it easier overall.

might have a look again when there is more time, thx anyway.

#149754

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