|25 May 2023|
|ravazquez||Sounds like a nuget versioning issue which is likely my bad. In any case there is a bit of cleanup to do on that lib so we should be fixing it rather soon||22:07:20|
|ravazquez||Thanks for the report motzi||22:07:36|
|lecloneur||There is a tfx that can do it too||22:16:49|
|26 May 2023|
i'm not entirely sure if this is on you because i believe the problem is in the version number of the old nuget (2020.2.6) that is greater than the one on nuget.org (1.0.7). what i'd like to know is, where i got this from.
i've got these nuget feeds:
|motzi||and nuget.org doesn't list the old versions...||06:57:02|
|motzi||maybe the are from the teamcity feed?||06:57:16|
|motzi||i guess deactivating is also not a solution to maintain the possibility to download the older version if needed...||06:58:48|
|gregsn||Had the same issue and removed the vvvv feed||10:06:26|
|gregsn||nuget sources remove -Name vvvv teamcity||10:42:02|
In reply to @gregsn:matrix.orgthanks for the clarification!
|chk||Are global channels now the new send and receive nodes?||15:56:49|
|gregsn||Redacted or Malformed Event||18:58:33|
|gregsn||Redacted or Malformed Event||19:00:46|
|gregsn||Redacted or Malformed Event||19:02:58|
Simply put: yes.
This is a bit confusing, but maybe it's just some details that don't really matter often. You be the judge. The details where they differ are:
intro to s & r
In gamma we don't have lazy evaluation, but we stuck with the idea that s & r should behave very much like an invisible link. why? Because you probably come from a dataflow oriented thinking when using s & r nodes. There is one data source (the sender) and then potentially many invisible links to data sinks (the receivers).
Those warnings are meant to tell you that the invisible link in your head doesn't match what's actually happening.
But other then that: yes a sender just writes to a globally available memory location, accessible via some key.
The mental model of global channels:
Sure, again you make values globally available via some key. So of course from a distance this sounds very familiar.
You could even compare this basic idea to global fields/properties/variables in other languages.
However, the main difference to s & r nodes is the mental model regarding data source / data sink.
What's a Channel?
A channel allows to think in shared data streams. The mental model is that different contributors get access to a data stream and may modify and listen at will. This is more a jam session now not a performer/listener relationship...
All in all
Now obviously sharing gets a lot easier with global channels.
Disclaimer: Global Channels don't come with any logic for frame synced data. And don't warn you like the
|gregsn||yes. We might steal from this answer when diving into next documentation sprint||19:07:52|
|27 May 2023|
|blacktronics||how do i roll back a nuget package? i just installed VL.IO.MIDI 1.0.9 and the NoteState node doesn't work at all||00:46:33|
|blacktronics||I'd rather be back on 1.0.3 where NoteState worked and also deal with the BPM node being broken||00:47:24|
|gregsn||In main menu go to Manage Nugets->Show Installed. Delete the folder||01:03:45|
|gregsn||Sorry to hear that the new version has problems. Will have a look.||01:05:12|
|chk||okay, and they operate on the level of an application and not across several documents in the whole environment, right? so they also work in exports?||08:19:29|
|chk||well, the channelbrowser updates its view depending on the document in foreground... so yes, in the scope of an application and also works in the exported application, just tested ✌️ cool feature, thanks!||08:22:52|
|levoxtrip||Hey everyone, i try to move a file with a keypress. Delete version seems to work but this one actually doenst move the file to the path i want||11:32:41|
|lecloneur||Try to make a patch we could read because the screenshot doesn't speak much at the moment.||13:18:15|
|gregsn||fix is upcoming||16:59:44|
|gregsn||blacktronics: ok 1.0.10 is up. hope you can play again...||19:05:13|