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How does Lemur Manages OSC Type Tags

Grizix May 12, 2018 02:18AM CEST


I'm using Lemur with a lot of code running in background to orchestrate my interfaces, and I struggle with the lack of consistency in the format of received OSC arguments, in script and directly in variables.

I recently thought that maybe I just don't understand how Lemur interprets the type of my OSC arguments.

In plain OSC, there is only 4 types : int32, float32, string and blob.
In Lemur, there is only 3 types I think, but it's unclear. There are numbers, strings and Vector, but sometimes the User guide talk about Lists and Arrays as if it was different than vectors.

So, first, if I send a blob in OSC, how is it interpreted in Lemur ?
Second, if I send the wrong type of argument directly to a Lemur variable (not a script), how is it interpreted.
Third, if there is no OSC type tag in a message or bundle, how does Lemur decide the type of the arguments ?
And last, do Lemur includes OSC type tags in its messages, and which are they ?

Sorry if my English is bad, it's not my mother tongue, I'll be happy to try and explain better if something isn't understandable.

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Grizix May 12, 2018 02:24AM CEST
Oh, I forgot.
Does Lemur uses and or understands the extended list of OSC type tags ?
Arrays, True, False, Nil, Midi, Time, Double, Color, Char ?

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