Re: [linux-audio-dev] Re: [OSC_dev] [PATCH] liblo & pattern matching callback

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Date: Wednesday, April 6, 2005 - 1:14 am

On Tue, 2005-05-04 at 13:40 +0100, Martin Habets wrote:

Yes, as far as the (seperate) patch bay stuff, some OSC methods will
need to be set aside for those sorts of things. With a reasonable
prefix it shouldn't be a problem.

> The use of a client_id is oversimplifying the situation too much IMO.

Rendezvous works by having text string IDs. You need /some/ sort of ID
anyway - if not a text identifier, then what? Noone said all apps have
to use things based on the text identifier, you can enumerate all
available apps of course.

The namespace is actually a seperate problem from the service discovery
entirely, as it takes place in OSC - ie after the service has already
been discovered. Steve is doing/has done some work in this area already
I think, though I havn't played with it.

> > > > > Am working on a library for this stuff + service discovery on top

It's not the most difficult problem in the world, and the implementation
would be almost 100% different in liblo as opposed to a library anyway.
Why waste the time writing some library on top of liblo just to
immediately rewrite it anyway?

-DR-

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Re: [linux-audio-dev] Re: [OSC_dev] [PATCH] liblo & patt..., Dave Robillard, (Wed Apr 6, 1:14 am)
[linux-audio-dev] GPL concerns, Shane, (Wed Apr 6, 8:31 am)
Re: [linux-audio-dev] GPL concerns, Erik de Castro Lopo, (Wed Apr 6, 12:09 pm)