jit.coerce and jit.cellblock incompatibility

    Apr 09 2015 | 9:20 am
    Hello there,
    for some strange reasons I do not succed to get the correct data displayed in a jit.cellblock when I get them directly from a jit.coerce output. I have to go thru a jit.matrix to get things right. Is it a normal behaviour or is it a little sneaky bug hidden behind the trees ?
    Max console says something like "no data from jit.matrix..."
    ++ Sylvain

    • Apr 09 2015 | 4:27 pm
      this is intended behavior (although i know it's not expected). jit.coerce references it's input matrix, rather than copying the data. the same behavior is found in jit.submatrix. these objects don't play nice with cellblock. solution is as you've discovered, inserting a jit.matrix.
    • Apr 30 2015 | 9:59 am
      I understand. Perhaps it would be good to reference this problem in the help of jit.coerce to avoid confusion or even to add an attribute to correct this default behaviour and avoid the jit.matrix insertion.