pattr client internal data structuring


    Sep 05 2006 | 9:29 am
    I'm exposing the internal data of a js built sequencer to pattr. It consists of multiple note an cc patterns. Right now I combine all data into one big pile, making it unreadable when viewing the pattr xml file. I like to somehow expose the data to pattr in a way that it's stored in different xml nodes. Each sequence its own node for example. I suspect it isn't possible because you'll need to separate the data into different pattr clients to structure the xml file. Any suggestions? Maybe a nice feature for a future release? I will eventually port the thing to C, so if something like this is possible using the sdk that would be helpful too.
    -thijs

    • Sep 05 2006 | 11:54 am
      At this time, there's no method for creating structured data for pattr from a single object. I agree that this would be a nice feature, though.
      jb
      Am 05.09.2006 um 11:29 schrieb Thijs Koerselman:
      > I'm exposing the internal data of a js built sequencer to pattr. It > consists > of multiple note an cc patterns. Right now I combine all data into > one big > pile, making it unreadable when viewing the pattr xml file. I like to > somehow expose the data to pattr in a way that it's stored in > different xml > nodes. Each sequence its own node for example. I suspect it isn't > possible > because you'll need to separate the data into different pattr > clients to > structure the xml file. Any suggestions? Maybe a nice feature for a > future > release? I will eventually port the thing to C, so if something > like this is > possible using the sdk that would be helpful too. > > -thijs
    • Sep 05 2006 | 12:03 pm
      Or you could define attributes in your JS object, and use an autopattr in greedy mode to suck them all out.
      jb
      Am 05.09.2006 um 13:54 schrieb Jeremy Bernstein:
      > At this time, there's no method for creating structured data for > pattr from a single object. I agree that this would be a nice > feature, though. > > jb > > Am 05.09.2006 um 11:29 schrieb Thijs Koerselman: > >> I'm exposing the internal data of a js built sequencer to pattr. >> It consists >> of multiple note an cc patterns. Right now I combine all data into >> one big >> pile, making it unreadable when viewing the pattr xml file. I like to >> somehow expose the data to pattr in a way that it's stored in >> different xml >> nodes. Each sequence its own node for example. I suspect it isn't >> possible >> because you'll need to separate the data into different pattr >> clients to >> structure the xml file. Any suggestions? Maybe a nice feature for >> a future >> release? I will eventually port the thing to C, so if something >> like this is >> possible using the sdk that would be helpful too. >> >> -thijs >
    • Sep 05 2006 | 1:33 pm
      Thanks Jeremy, I'll look into using attributes for this.
      best, -thijs
      On 9/5/06, Jeremy Bernstein wrote: > > Or you could define attributes in your JS object, and use an > autopattr in greedy mode to suck them all out. > > jb > > Am 05.09.2006 um 13:54 schrieb Jeremy Bernstein: > > > At this time, there's no method for creating structured data for > > pattr from a single object. I agree that this would be a nice > > feature, though. > > > > jb > > > >