jcom.model.maxhelp need to be updated
|Assignee:||Théo de la Hogue||% Done:|
|Target version:||MVC for 0.6|
In jcom.model.maxhelp one can send various messages to jcom.message by using the [s incoming] and [r incoming] objects. Some of these messages starts of with
mymessage (without a slash) and others with
/mymessage (with a slash). The message without a slash works fine, but the ones with the slash cause the following error message to be printed to the Max window:
/mymessage is an absolute address
It's hard for me to tell if this is a bug or assumed behavior, but anyway the help file need to be updated so that it serves to illustrate the use of jcom.model rather than exposing problems.
#1 Updated by Théo de la Hogue over 7 years ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
this not a bug but documentation is missing about this.
I've just added a red message to show thet the error is expected in the maxhelp.
but we need to make a specific tutorial (or any documentation) to explain the difference between absolute address (with a leading slash) and relative address (without leading slash). Relative address is a very powerfull feature that allow to edit some internal behaviours between models even if they are embedded inside a model.