Some questions for Adam.
I have been using this for sending a dmx stream over ethernet to an interface. It works fine on a mac.
On the mac I have figured out ('reverse engineered') the error messages that come from this object:
0= no error
61= unable to bind to port
60= unable to connect to tcp address
13= as above(?)
Are these correct?
I use these error messages in my patch (if it can't connect, the patch will then gate the data stream).
Upon porting to windows, the .mxe equivalent seems to send a zero error for all conditions. Although I've only tried sending to localhost.
Question is why are they different, is it because the object parses OS-generated errors?
Would the only zero condition a bug?
Or does it indicate I should configure the windows os / networking differently? Any tips in this regard?
Also, if I have the interface connected up, everything works fine, but if it is not connected, Max will freeze/crash. This does not happen on a mac with the .mxo version. Is there a way to avoid this crashing?
and thanks (again) for your library of objects :)
btw using max 6.5