I've been trying to make my pluggo skills a little more efficient these days. . .
I've just started to utilize the "send ---param" "receive ---param" objects to help clean things up a bit. I've always tried a minimalistic approach to my patches, avoiding unnecessary objects such as "send/receives".... blah blah blah. After the patches start growing I'm walking the thin line between an "efficient" patch or a hairy ball of spider webs.
I've always wondered if the excessive use of send/recieves type objects will lower the CPU efficiency of a patch.
My pluggos have always turned out with the guts/internal-workings completely separated from the pluggo interface.
Do any of you have any methods you'd like to share?