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pattern-matching: how to make it fit in i-score #632

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jcelerier opened this Issue Sep 13, 2017 · 5 comments

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jcelerier commented Sep 13, 2017

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  • should we able to use patterns everywhere ? (states, automations, mappings, etc)
  • how do they behave ? for instance, is the pattern sent as-is to the network without being "interpreted" by i-score ? or is it applied locally and each local node sends its change to the network ? a mix of both ?
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bltzr commented Sep 14, 2017

I'd say:

should we able to use patterns everywhere ? (states, automations, mappings, etc)

I'd say: yes, please !

how do they behave ? for instance, is the pattern sent as-is to the network without being "interpreted" by i-score ? or is it applied locally and each local node sends its change to the network ? a mix of both ?

since not all devices are libossia-powered, I'd say we take care of this in i-score
that's maybe not hyper-optimized, but at least that will work for all..
or maybe we can detect the remote device is libossia-powered ?

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jcelerier commented Sep 14, 2017

or maybe we can detect the remote device is libossia-powered ?

well, if it's an OSC device and follows the spec, it should be able to handle at least some pattern matching messages

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bltzr commented Sep 14, 2017

honestly, I don't think many OSC implementations follow the specs on that... It would be safer to do it on our side we have the tools for it
is that especially a problem ?

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jcelerier commented Sep 14, 2017

not particularly but it's a bit sad :p

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bltzr commented Sep 14, 2017

you have the power to CHANGE THE WORLD @jcelerier !!!

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