On June 1, 2005 07:02 pm, Andy Ross wrote:
> This isn't fixable without relatively major surgery, so for now I
> think you're stuck.  Maybe Melchior's suggestion of storing your data
> in Nasal space is the best one for the moment.

Okay.  I think I came up with something using Nasal. =)

Objects in Nasal seems to get passed/assigned by reference.  So I wrote myself 
a medium object, passed two I/O buffers to it, and have the buffers swap by 
the medium periodically by calling the function settimer(medium.update, 0).  
It seems to work, and seems to be better than using the property tree as 


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