OscMessage Inside An std::vector

I am attempting to create a ‘buffer’ of OscMessages by creating a vector with value type OSCMessage. When trying to send these OSC messages, I get bad access errors/ throw out of range errors from the vector when using operator or .at. There is an address and argument in the OSC message, what is the cause of this error?
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Are you doing things thread-safely?

Which parts of the OSC classes would involve doing things thread safely? I didn’t think separate threads were used in the OSCMessage class?

OK, looks like you just have an error in your for loop that iterates the vector. The condition should not be <= but < instead. (The last valid element index in the vector is size()-1, not size().)

I can’t believe after 2 hours of bug searching that was the problem… Thanks for the quick fix!

Also, since it’s a vector, you could use an Iterator to access it, in which case you wouldn’t have had this error. :slight_smile:

Or C++11 range-based for loop… :wink: