How to use the osc.Bundle function in osc

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github automata / osc-web / deprecated / osc-web-server.js View on Github external
if (msg.checkAddrPattern('/lp/matrix')) {
                    // and check messages typetag.
                    if (msg.checkTypetag('iii')) {
                            OSCMessage: {
                                address: msg.address,
                                typetags: msg.typetags,
                                args: msg.args
        } else {
            // Bundle is now available.
            var bundle   = new osc.Bundle(),
                message1 = new osc.Message(obj.address, obj.message),
                message2 = new osc.Message('/status', 'from ' + client.sessionId + ' at ' + new Date().toString());
            // to bundle messages, simply call 'add()' with instance of the Message.
            // set timetag.
            // we can send Bundle in the same way as Message.
            OSCServer.send(bundle, OSCClient);