pattrstorage - priorities issue


    Nov 08 2010 | 2:45 pm
    Hello,
    Isn't it possible to set priorities of some items that are within abstractions, from the top level patcher? I'm probably missing something here...
    Here is an example patch showing what I would like to achieve :
    (this example uses embedded bpatchers instead of abstractions, but that's the same issue)
    Thanks,
    Charles

    • Nov 08 2010 | 8:11 pm
      You are just missing a colon. You want something like, 'priority A::A_number $1' and 'priority A::B::B_number $1'.
      One thing, setting the priority of 'A' or 'B,' which are patchers, doesn't really make any sense, at least to me.
      -Ben
    • Nov 08 2010 | 8:51 pm
      ...ok! :) Thanks for pointing out my typo mistake.
      Patchers' priorities make sense to me. I think that if A got a lower priorities than B, its items will be restored first, even if all the items in A and B got the same priorities. At least I expect it. gonna give it a try.
      thanks Charles
    • Nov 08 2010 | 10:45 pm
      One can set the topmost patcher's priority, but subsequent patchers within the hierarchy will always be restored top down. From the ref:
      "Priority is only respected within a single level of the patcher hierarchy. Data in parent patchers will always be restored before data in nested patchers."
      -Ben
    • Nov 08 2010 | 11:32 pm
      Yes, sorry, the A and B of my example patch were not a good example for that. In my last post I was thinking of A and B as two patches at the same level. Charles