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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 7:23 am    Post subject: OSC support
Subject description: time tags of osc bundles - supportes?
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hello,

i just did some tests with osc communication. i let a ruby program communicate with chuck. The ruby program didi send a osc bundle with a time tag and one message. altough chuck could receive the data of the message (two integers) of the bundle, it did not recognize the time tag. the time tag was 5 seconds after send-time, so my expectation was, that chuck should work (in my case print it) the message 5 seconds after it was send (ruby to ruby communication worked like that). But chuck displayed the message as soon it was sent.
Does chuck support this kind of time tagged message bundles?
Or is my understanding wrong?

Thanks
Hannes
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 23, 2007 2:18 am    Post subject: Re: OSC support
Subject description: time tags of osc bundles - supportes?
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hanez wrote:
hello,

i just did some tests with osc communication. i let a ruby program communicate with chuck. The ruby program didi send a osc bundle with a time tag and one message. altough chuck could receive the data of the message (two integers) of the bundle, it did not recognize the time tag. the time tag was 5 seconds after send-time, so my expectation was, that chuck should work (in my case print it) the message 5 seconds after it was send (ruby to ruby communication worked like that). But chuck displayed the message as soon it was sent.
Does chuck support this kind of time tagged message bundles?
Or is my understanding wrong?

Hi! One should, as a rule, suspect ChucK before oneself! Indeed, in this case, ChucK is at fault - it currently doesn't not support OSC timestamps. We'll put this on the TODO list. Thanks for the test!
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