The OSCReceiver::addListener assert fails if you pass it an address with wild cards (i.e. an OSC Address Pattern). There doesn't seem to be a way to listen to a particular OSCAddressPattern and so from what I can tell, if I want to do that, I have to just add a general listener and then examine/route the actual address myself. That would be fine except that if I can't define particular patterns and listen for them separately, how do I arrange for some OSC messages to be received on a RealTime listener vs the regular MessageCallbackLoop?
Do I have to create separate OSCReceivers and listen on different ports to do this?