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AsyncSerial External Interface with serial devices. Provides improved functionality over the builtin [serial] object.
An external object for Max/MSP on Mac OSX that interfaces with serial devices. This is intended to provide more useful functionality than the built-in [serial] object. Namely, [AsyncSerial] listens for incoming data on a separate thread and spits it out whenever it arrives. It does not need to be polled. This is similar to how udpreceive works, and thus similar care must be taken when dealing with multithreaded Max-patches. [AsyncSerial] can also have its input buffer flushed, which is necessary when sending commands to a device and awaiting a reply. [AsyncSerial] can also be put in and out of \\\'canonical\\\' input mode, in which data is only spit out once a newline char \\\'\\\\n\\\' is received, which is useful for parsing text-based replies. [AsyncSerial] also allows users to set VMIN and VTIME, as described in the unix manual, sub verbo \\\'termios\\\'. [AsyncSerial] can either output received data as a sequence of bytes, as [serial] does, or as a list of text symbols, which is useful with canonic input processing.
sadam.udpreceiver External Receive data from the network using the UDP protocol.
sadam.udpreceiver will listen to a specified port and output incoming data. Currently it will output everything as pure binary data (by sending out the received bytes one-by-one on the leftmost outlet and, optionally, by adding them to the registered binary streams represented by sadam.stream) but a later release will support any arbitrary Max message.
udpreceive External Send max messages over the network using UDP.
Both udpsend and udpreceive support the 'FullPacket' message used by the CNMAT OpenSoundControl external. This means they can be used as drop in replacements for the [otudp] object.
udpsend External Send max messages over the network using UDP.
Both udpsend and udpreceive support the 'FullPacket' message used by the CNMAT OpenSoundControl external. This means they can be used as drop in replacements for the [otudp] object.
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