How to set the source/name of a "receive" object by a message?

    Mar 10 2021 | 8:33 am
    EDIT: TL;DR Create a "receive" object with not argument, then there is an inlet that can receive a "set [name]" message. ------------
    There is "Forward" which lets me set the destination via message, why isn't there a corresponding "receive" ?
    Is there any workaround?
    For now the only work around I can think of is to create all the possible receiver in my system in one subpatch, pass them through a gate, and add a selector for the gate.

    • Mar 10 2021 | 12:58 pm
      whats about this way?
    • Mar 10 2021 | 2:18 pm
      Well, yeah I did it that way finally. Thanks. I am bit concerned about performance, since I am going to send messages at up to 600 messages per second. I thought maybe send/receive dispatch mechanism is more efficient than the "route" solution. I'll deal with it when it is a problem.
    • Mar 10 2021 | 7:18 pm
      A receive object with no name specified can be set to receive from any send or forward object by using the set message.
    • Mar 11 2021 | 5:50 am
      Awesome! 👍 🙏 👍 🙏
      Now I see it in the docs. I guess the "no inlet" thing through me off.