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Yegor Korablev

NAME

Protocol::OSC - Open Sound Control v1.1 implementation

SYNOPSIS

    my $osc = Protocol::OSC->new;
    my $data = $osc->message(qw(/echo isf 3 ping 3.14)); # pack
    my $packet = $osc->parse($data); # parse

    $osc->actions->{$path} = $code_ref; # add callback
    $packet->process($data, $scheduler_coderef); # parse and execute callbacks

DESCRIPTION

This module implements (de)coding and processing of OSC packets according the specification. It's pure Perl implementation, yet faster than Net::LibLO and Net::OpenSoundControl (~2x). Also it provides connection agnostic interface and path matching and type tagging according OSC v1 specification ( and v1.1 )

CONSTRUCTOR

new( ?actions => {}, ?scheduler => sub {...} )

Creates Protocol::Instance with optional "actions" argument which is hashref of pairs: path => coderef and optional default scheduler for "process" method - see below.

METHODS

message($path, $typetag, ?@args)

Encodes message to packet. Typetag supports these OSC-types: ifstdbht. Everything else (like TFNI) will not affect packing of @args. Alias: msg

bundle(undef || $unix_time, [@message_or_bundle], ...)

Encodes bundle to packet. Pack several OSC messages/bundles to a bundle.

parse($data)

Parses OSC packet data. Returns OSC message/bundle. OSC-message is a blessed arrayref [$path, $type, @args] with corresponding methods path, type, args. OSC-bundle is a blessed arrayref [$time, @packets] with corresponding methods time, packets

process($data, ?$scheduler_cb)

Parses OSC packet/data and process messages in it. It will call matched actions through $scheduler_cb which is just sub { $_[0]->(splice @_,1) } by default(or specified in constructor). Arguments to scheduler are $action_coderef, $time, $action_path, $osc_msg, ?@osc_bundles.

actions

Returns hashref of actions: path => coderef pairs. One could modify this hashref or use methods below.

set_cb($path, $cb)

Set coderef $cb to actions

del_cb($path)

Remove coderef at $path from actions at $path

match($osc_path_pattern)

Returns mathched actions in form of list of arrayrefs [$path, $coderef]

time2tag($unix_time)

Converts (fractional) unix epoch time to NTP timestamp, which is list of ($seconds_since_1900_01_01, $int32_fraction_parts_of_second). If $unix_time is undef then (0,1) is returned which means immediate execution by OSC specs.

tag2time($ntp_time, $fraction_of_sec)

Reverse of previous.

to_stream($data)

Packs raw OSC data for (tcp) streaming.

from_stream($buf)

Returns list of raw OSC data packets in $buf from stream buffer and residue of $buf. If $buf is incomplete - returns only $buf.

EXAMPLES

Sending

make packet

    my $data = $osc->message(my @specs = qw(/echo isf 3 ping 3.14));
    # or
    use Time::HiRes 'time';
    my $data $osc->bundle(time, [@specs], [@specs2], ...);

via UDP

    my $udp = IO::Socket::INET->new( PeerAddr => 'localhost', PeerPort => $port, Proto => 'udp', Type => SOCK_DGRAM) || die $!;
    $udp->send($data);

via TCP

    my $tcp = IO::Socket::INET->new( PeerAddr => 'localhost', PeerPort => $port, Proto => 'tcp', Type => SOCK_STREAM) || die $!;
    $tcp->syswrite($osc->to_stream($data));

Receiving

UDP

    my $in = IO::Socket::INET->new( qw(LocalAddr localhost LocalPort), $port, qw(Proto udp Type), SOCK_DGRAM ) || die $!;
    $in->recv(my $packet, $in->sockopt(SO_RCVBUF));
    my $p = $osc->parse($packet);

TCP

    my $in = IO::Socket::INET->new( qw(LocalAddr localhost LocalPort), $port, qw(Proto tcp Type), SOCK_STREAM, qw(Listen 1 Reuse 1) ) || die $!;
    while (my $sock = $in->accept) {
        my $tail;
        while ($sock->sysread(my $buf, $in->sockopt(SO_RCVBUF))) {
            my @packets = $p->from_stream(length($tail) ? $tail.$buf : $buf);
            $tail = pop @packets;
            $osc->parse($_) for @packets;
        }
    }

Dispatching

    $osc->set_cb('/echo', sub {
        my ($at_time, $path, $msg, @maybe_bundles) = @_;
        say $at_time if $at_time; # time of parent bundle if message comes from bundle(s)
        say $path; # matched path
        say $msg->path; # path pattern of OSC message
        say $msg->type; # typetag
        say @{$msg->args}; # message arguments
        map { # all bundles from which $msg comes (from inner to outer)
            say $_->time; # time of bundle
            say $_->packets; # array of messages/bundle in bundle
        } @maybe_bundles;
    });
    ...
    $osc->process($osc->parse($data));

Ping-Pong using AnyEvent::Handle::UDP

    use AnyEvent::Handle::UDP;
    my $udp_handle = AnyEvent::Handle::UDP->new(
        bind => [0, $port],
        on_recv => sub {
            my ($data, $handle, $client_addr) = @_;
            my $msg = $osc->parse($data);
            say $msg->path;
            $handle->push_send($osc->message(qw(/pong i), ($msg->args)[0]), $client_addr) if $msg->path eq '/ping';
        }
    );
    $udp_handle->push_send($osc->message(qw(/ping i 3)), [0, $port]);

Benchmarks

encode

    cmpthese -1, {
        'Net::LibLO::Message' => sub { Net::LibLO::Message->new(qw(isf 3 laaaa 3.0)) },
        'Protocol::OSC' => sub { $protocol->message(qw(/echo isf 3 laaaa 3.0)) },
        'Net::OpenSoundControl' => sub { Net::OpenSoundControl::encode([qw(/echo i 3 s laaaa f 3.0)]) }
    };

    ...

                             Rate Net::LibLO::Message Net::OpenSoundControl Protocol::OSC
    Net::LibLO::Message   20479/s                  --                   -7%          -51%
    Net::OpenSoundControl 21920/s                  7%                    --          -48%
    Protocol::OSC         41754/s                104%                   90%            --

decode

    cmpthese -1, {
        'Protocol::OSC' => sub { $protocol->parse($data) },
        'Net::OpenSoundControl' => sub { Net::OpenSoundControl::decode($data) }
    };

                            Rate Net::OpenSoundControl         Protocol::OSC
    Net::OpenSoundControl 1630/s                    --                  -65%
    Protocol::OSC         4654/s                  186%                    --

NB

No validation checks performed

SUPPORT

AUTHOR

Yegor Korablev <egor@cpan.org>

LICENSE

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

TODO

more docs, examples and tests.. as usual )

SEE ALSO

Net::LibLO, Net::OpenSoundControl, AnyEvent::Handle::UDP