jsui example with multiple sketches?


    Sep 29 2008 | 1:29 pm
    Hello,
    I am currently looking for a jsui example using multiple sketches. In which cases is it useful?
    Thank you in advance.
    Roald Baudoux -------------------------------- Composer of electroacoustic art (acousmatic music, sound installations, live electronics). (http://www.roaldbaudoux.org/)
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    • Sep 29 2008 | 5:40 pm
      On 29 Sep 2008, at 14:29, Roald Baudoux wrote:
      > I am currently looking for a jsui example using multiple sketches. > In which cases is it useful?
      I think I used it for the TextBrick thing:
      It rotates text by rendering it into a sub-sketch and then rotating and/or reflecting this in the main sketch.
      -- N.
      Nick Rothwell / Cassiel.com Limited www.cassiel.com www.myspace.com/cassieldotcom www.last.fm/music/cassiel www.reverbnation.com/cassiel www.linkedin.com/in/cassiel www.loadbang.net
    • Oct 01 2008 | 7:24 am
    • Oct 01 2008 | 8:07 am
      > So, the reason to use multiple sketches was mainly the need to > position text vertically?
      Yes.
      > Would you also use multiple sketches when you need several layers > (like background and foreground)?
      That would depend - but I can imagine the use of multiple sketches as a way of structuring an application.
      > In TextBrick's code I see this: > > (g.announced === undefined) > > What does the "===" stand for? "Different"?
      "===" is equivalence (what Java calls "=="; JavaScript's "==" is what Java calls "equals" - it's fortunate that nobody ever thinks that they're the same language). I can't remember why I used the "=== undefined" idiom - I must have seen it somewhere.
      -- N.
      nick rothwell -- composition, systems, performance -- http:// www.cassiel.com