send() : how to specify inlet object – not getInlet() !

Jul 25, 2012 at 1:38pm

send() : how to specify inlet object – not getInlet() !

Hello,
Java beginner here!
Is there a way to pick out a specific inlet of a jitter object which has many:
I’m using a [jit.gl.multiple] but not able to initialize the object with a position matrix and a scale matrix.
How will I tell it which “inlet” has to receive the appropriate matrix?
Please help.

/////////fragment of code///////
mymultiple = new JitterObject(“jit.gl.multiple”,new Atom[]{Atom.newAtom(“mycontext”)});
mymultiple.setAttr(“targetname”, “cir”);
mymultiple.setAttr(“glparams”, new String[] {“position”, “scale”});
mymultiple.send(“jit_matrix”, positionmtrx.getName());
mymultiple.send(“jit_matrix”, scalemtrx.getName());

#63723
Jul 26, 2012 at 2:26pm

Hello again, It’s hard to find a documentation about this, is it at least possible to deal with inlets objects functionality in Java?
Actually I’m using the send() method, but any example would help starting.

#229818
Aug 1, 2012 at 11:35pm

Wu, Please Help, I’m not trying to build a rocket, I just want to learn and find this: how do you route your matrix to the second parameter of a jit.multiple called in java? None using this object in java? I can give the full code if needed.

#229819
Aug 8, 2012 at 9:02pm

Hi, I’m sorry to insist, but can someone explain if it is at least possible to use jit.gl.multiple in java.
I’m on a cool project with Max (like this: http://cycling74.com/project/electronight/) and absolutely want to use this object in java.
Should I write straight to Cycling staff? Please help, java people!

#229820

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