On Fri, Feb 08, 2013 at 07:58:02AM +1100, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
tl; dr: Can't you run it with ssh -X?
Otherwise you have to write a little user interface that dispatches
the OSC commands with arguments to tickle the corresponding functions
If you want a bit of a GUI you'll make up creating
a bunch of widgets for each type of control.
In other words, sounds to me like duplicating a lot of what Jamin
I'm also considering adding OSC control to Nama although I'm
a little peevish as Nama users already has a protocol for
remote control: ssh! With ssh -X I even had the Tk GUI
running remotely. I recall there is a protocol to compress X
network traffic as well.
If I do implement OSC control for Nama, it should map fairly
directly to Nama's existing command language, so the
language parser will to dispatch the command inputs I get in
the OSC format over the socket. It might be nice if
something could be made to work with a short hack. :-)
> My problem is figuring out how to test JAMin to make sure I haven't broken
I'll be interested to see how generic your solution is.
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