[Gridflow-dev] ping (fwd)
matju at sympatico.ca
Sat Aug 28 00:47:41 EDT 2004
On Sat, 28 Aug 2004, Tom Schouten wrote:
> i have one big question actially. is gridflow seperable from pd and ruby?
GridFlow is absolutely not separable from neither C++ nor Ruby.
That is, unless you want to go back to GridFlow 0.5 (may 2002)...
However you can separate it from PureData.
> can it be hosted by something else?
Two days ago you still could host it in jMax 2.5 and jMax 4.1, but I
ditched all of that because I didn't want to have to maintain it anymore,
since no-one uses jMax at all nowadays.
> maybe i shouldn't quote esr on this (or at all) but i did read his
> latest unix book and like the way he presents the 'policy' vs
> 'mechanism' thing. that's what it's all about, in the end.
I think you are being quite unclear here.
> actually, i don't have time right now, i'm talking about next couple
> of months. i'm tailoring pf for easy integration in other projects.
> and i'm bugging a lot of people with the same questions, to much
> frustration. my plan is nothing less than to conquer the world :)
> you force a standard by infiltration.
> you will be assimilated :)
Resistance is futile, if less than 680 Ohms.
> currently trying to plug it into everything that moves. damn this
> starts to sound obscene.
Watch your language. =)
> * first map the data types in one go
ok, so let's write [#import_pdp] and [#export_pdp]. What packet-types
ought to be supported by those two object-classes? I mean a GridFlow Grid
should map to how many PDP packet-types, and which ones?
> * then incrementally map functionality, do what you need most first.
> this works really well. maybe i'll make it my business one day.
I'm trying to make GF my business, but I don't work often enough on it :-/
> so.. any thoughts to this suddon attack of enthousiasm?
I hope it lasts.
Mathieu Bouchard http://artengine.ca/matju
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