• richtcello

    I've currently got a patch which I'd like to move over to iOS to run on pdparty. I've got most of it running on pd vanilla, however I've got some parts using the REST object from the PuREST external which are making http requests to other boxes on the network which will respond to them.

    I'm trying to use netsend to do the same thing and have managed to get a python http server to see them running on the same machine and I've been connecting to the devices' IP addresses on port 80.

    Is there something I'm missing here? The requests work in a web browser or via curl in the command line.

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  • richtcello

    Thank you Greener and David,

    It looks like the forum is also escaping backslashes! There should be 2 in front of the commas, one in front of '{' and 4 in front of 'r'.

    I'm actually finding a single backslash is escaped by the time it gets to the serial port, but multiples aren't- the problems are just the commas and backslash before 'r' for the carriage return at the end

    I'm using a 'print $1$2$3...' message to print the string to the serial port and that seems to be adding (even more) backslashes to these problem areas. 'addcomma' will only send to a message and PD treats it as a command once it's in the message box.

    It's looking like I've found another way around this (which isn't using PD, though)


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  • richtcello

    Thanks David,

    The message contains the "{" "," and "" symbols- it's a JSON query and there's a string of comma separated numbers in there- the string should be something like:

    {"xx1":{"xx":[0, 1, 34, 56, 76, 89, 95]"xx":4}}\r

    but it when sent to 'print' ends up being
    {"xx1":{"xx":[0\, 1\, 34\, 56\, 76\, 89\,95]"xx": 4 } }\\r

    It only seems to add backslashes to items added to the list in 'pack' from 'makefile %c' as symbols. If I change them to something which isn't replaced by a character this doesn't happen. I've no idea why the comma and backslash seem to add additional backslashes. Numbers are all floats, but it shouldn't really matter as at this point they're just being printed.

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  • richtcello


    I'm trying to put a patch together to control another device via serial and it requires a number of symbols which PD uses to be printed on the serial output: { ,;\

    I've tried to create a string using 'makefilename %c' with an input message and 'pack' to put the string together, however it seems to add backslashes between each thing input into the string. I think these are stopping the serial message being fully sent out (my serial monitor only gets as far as the first section added to the string). I'm then sending a print message with all the string arguments as $1, $2 etc

    Is there another way that this could work without adding the backslashes between parts of the string?

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