Poke operator within gen~ doesn't respond to channel arguments or inlets?

    Oct 24 2011 | 5:52 am
    Hi, I submitted a bug report, but in case I'm missing something, just wanted to post here to see if there's a solution I'm not aware of. Real simple, trying to use poke operator from within gen~ to write to both channels of an external stereo buffer~. But poke within gen~ doesn't seem to respond to channel number arguments nor inlets.
    Check out this patch:
    Let me know if I'm doing something wrong there. (It doesn't seem to work even if you give it no channel-number argument and use the 'constant' operator to designate channels via the third inlet of the poke operator instead.)

    • Oct 24 2011 | 6:19 am
      Hi there,
      Yes, there's a bug with poke (and splat) in the Beta. It was fixed this weekend and will be in the next release. Thanks for posting it!
    • Oct 24 2011 | 6:45 am
      Cool, good to know. While i'm asking, within gen~, i should be able to instantiate a constant integer of 2 by creating the operator [i 2] just like i can with [f 2.]? But I can't seem to instantiate an object writing [i 2]... only [i] works by itself. Is this a bug I should bother reporting? (edit: anyone else feel like doing it? i'm sleepy. :D )
    • Oct 25 2011 | 6:49 pm
      No need for a bug report on this one - we found it over the weekend too and it has been fixed.