I’m trying to manage 60*60 cells of text with Jitter for full-on
matrix-style slicing, offsetting, splitting etc etc.
Currently things are being stored in jit.cellblock, but things get hairy
when I start outputting these.
- I reckon there must be some sort of atoi->itoa process I can go
through to get things safely in and out of jit.matrix, but I’m stumped…
For perspective, I need to output sets of 3×10 and place them in various
positions of a larger matrix… that sort of thing.
In a matrix, you can place one value per cell. i.e. one ASCII character, for instance, or one float32, etc. But you cannot store a – word – in a matrix.
I am not sure I understood completely your question, though.
You might think about sending a reduced patch showing your problem.