On Tue, May 03, 2011 at 10:00:16PM -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
An important remarque...
I would like to understand better why this is the case.
I guess the fundamental reason would be that UDP is an
unsafe protocol, because it doesn't perform checks on the
data sent or received. But would't that make it equally unsafe
in both directions? Isn't this just two osc servers that are
sending messages towards each other?
I would expect to be reasonably sure that the reply makes it
from one server to another, just as any other messages would.
Wouldn't OSC or liblo be totally broken anyway if I couldn't
rely on this sufficiently?
I understand what you say, as far as it concerns the ordering
of messages, and the convenience of using OSC for this kind of
communication, but I'm not sure I understand the rest.
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