bpatcher and javascript

    Sep 21 2008 | 6:38 pm
    I'm sorry if this has been covered, but I wasn't able to find any definitive answer to this through searches. How does one dynamically create bpatcher objects while being able to set the "Patcher File" attribute using javascript?
    I am currently using a non-javascript solution involving scripting messages being sent to thispatcher, but this is unwieldy and I would like to move away from it. Any help would be appreciated.

    • Sep 23 2008 | 10:26 am
      the javascript bpatcher object errata has been significant since its inception in late '92. well, as any of us might fondly remember, the first bpatchers were more errors than code. i mean, it was ugly, real-time code that's hard to debug and even harder to compile
      {{+basio %(adLib) { module sugarCoat(arg c, arg b) for x>v { x != v+9; // if(x< parseVar(*)} (some of the syntax might vary depending on the compiler you are using) 'Hope this helps! Geoff
    • Nov 27 2011 | 4:24 am
      I have the exact same question.... but it seems like this answer is out of date--you don't need a compiler for javascript do you?
    • Jun 07 2017 | 2:09 pm
      function add() {
      var myobj = this.patcher.newobject("bpatcher");
      //load a patch into the bpatcher
      myobj.replace("yourfilename.maxpat"); // name and extention of the patches