[Gridflow-cvs] [svn] commit: r5688 - /trunk/doc/flow_classes/#io.grid-help.pd

svn-gridflow at artengine.ca svn-gridflow at artengine.ca
Wed May 26 11:14:50 EDT 2010


Author: matju
Date: Wed May 26 11:14:48 2010
New Revision: 5688

Log:
change "type" to "cast" and stuff

Modified:
    trunk/doc/flow_classes/#io.grid-help.pd

Modified: trunk/doc/flow_classes/#io.grid-help.pd
==============================================================================
--- trunk/doc/flow_classes/#io.grid-help.pd (original)
+++ trunk/doc/flow_classes/#io.grid-help.pd Wed May 26 11:14:48 2010
@@ -7,40 +7,47 @@
 #X obj 3 92 doc_c ...;
 #X msg 98 127 open foo.grid;
 #X obj 14 190 doc_ii 0;
-#X obj 97 418 doc_m i0 headerful;
-#X obj 97 453 doc_m i0 headerless;
-#X text 232 418 cancels "headerless" (and back to reading the real
-.grid format);
-#X text 232 453 instead of reading .grid files with header \, will
-read raw data \, faking a .grid header to itself. It will use the hereby
-specified dimension list \, as well as two other settings: type and
-endian.;
+#X obj 97 492 doc_m i0 headerful;
+#X obj 97 540 doc_m i0 headerless;
 #X obj 97 239 doc_m i0 endian;
 #X text 232 239 When writing "raw" data \, a file may be considered
 a long string of base 256 digits (called bytes) \, but different computers
 have different conventions for dealing with them:;
-#X text 232 287 big: A number will be written starting with the biggest
-digit. This is the natural way on the Macintosh \, Sun \, Amiga \,
-and so on.;
-#X text 232 335 little: A number will be written starting with the
-smallest digit. This is the natural way on the Intel 386/Pentium.;
-#X text 232 370 same: A number will be written in whichever way is
+#X text 232 383 same: A number will be written in whichever way is
 more natural on this computer. The natural way is slightly faster to
 handle. This is the default setting.;
-#X obj 0 606 doc_f;
-#X obj 3 546 doc_o 1;
-#X obj 14 576 doc_oo 0;
-#X obj 97 514 doc_m i0 seek_byte;
-#X text 232 514 seek a particular position specified in bytes;
+#X obj 0 693 doc_f;
+#X obj 3 633 doc_o 1;
+#X obj 14 663 doc_oo 0;
+#X obj 97 601 doc_m i0 seek_byte;
+#X text 232 601 seek a particular position specified in bytes;
 #X obj 97 191 doc_m i0 cast;
 #X text 232 191 supports b \, s \, i.;
 #X obj 232 213 doc_link numtype 1;
-#X connect 6 1 8 0;
-#X connect 7 1 9 0;
-#X connect 10 1 11 0;
-#X connect 10 1 12 0;
-#X connect 10 1 13 0;
-#X connect 10 1 14 0;
-#X connect 18 1 19 0;
-#X connect 20 1 21 0;
-#X connect 20 1 22 0;
+#X text 232 540 instead of reading .grid files with header \, will
+read raw data \, faking a .grid header to itself. It will use the hereby
+specified dimension list \, as well as two other settings: cast and
+endian.;
+#X text 232 287 big: A number will be written starting with the biggest
+digit. This is the natural way on the Macintosh-PPC \, Sun \, Amiga
+\, and so on.;
+#X text 232 335 little: A number will be written starting with the
+smallest digit. This is the natural way on the AMD and on the Intel
+386/Pentium/"Core" including Mac-Intel.;
+#X text 232 431 various file formats use one convention or the other
+\, regardless of the convention of the computer the format is used
+on. some file formats have an endian option that can be read from the
+header.;
+#X text 232 492 cancels "headerless" (and back to reading the real
+.grid format). this also will overwrite the "cast" and "endian" settings
+with what is being read from the file.;
+#X connect 6 1 23 0;
+#X connect 7 1 19 0;
+#X connect 8 1 9 0;
+#X connect 8 1 20 0;
+#X connect 8 1 21 0;
+#X connect 8 1 10 0;
+#X connect 8 1 22 0;
+#X connect 14 1 15 0;
+#X connect 16 1 17 0;
+#X connect 16 1 18 0;



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