I try to use OSC to communicate to a Java program by Javaosc. I have tried to send string, float or int and it returns the list<arguments> in Java. It's OK.
However, when I try to send a pointer pointing to a void buffer size, it returns a null object like []. I have observed the oscpkt.h file and I find that all of them turn the data into bytes and store in the storage class. So when it does not work for the data of a buffer?