[squeakland] [Newbies] Introductory documentation for OSC in Squeak

Ricardo Moran richi.moran at gmail.com
Wed Mar 16 16:12:57 UTC 2011

On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 12:45 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>wrote:

> On 16.03.2011, at 15:18, OFFRAY VLADIMIR LUNA CARDENAS wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >
> > I'm using Physical Etoys in Squeak for Linux (0.7 version) for interact
> with an arduino board. Other people is using vvvv for their work with
> sensors. I would like to use OSC for enabling communication with them, but I
> can't find any newbie documentation on that subject, in fact, I only find on
> the web that OSC is supported by Squeak and is a nice protocol, even
> proudctos like Musical Objects that use it, but not many details. Any
> introductory information on Squeak and OSC will be appreciated and if I can
> get details on time to make proper communication, even better.
> >
> > Thanks a lot,
> >
> > Offray
> I don't think there is "introductory documentation" for OSC in Squeak. You
> should load the OSC package from Squeakmap and see if you can make sense of
> it.
> But maybe Ricardo can give you some hints, IIRC he used OSC to connect to
> Kinect.


Bert is right, AFAIK there is no introductory documentation. However, the
code is very simple, it has a lot of tests and examples and in the last
version I added a lot of comments. So it should be easy to understand and
use. Start by looking at OSCServer class comments and tests.

Note that the squeakmap version is outdated, you should probably load it
directly from squeaksource

I don't know exactly what you're trying to acomplish, though. Are you trying
to use OSC to communicate with the Arduino? What is ww?


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