I think the indirect answer is "No" but is there anyway to output MIDI from a script to a MIDI destination *other* than the current channel strip the scripter plugin is loaded on?
Either to another environment object, or to a MIDI port directly?
I guess that you could have the "External Instrument" plugin on an instrument channel and set a direct MIDI output to that, and events generated will get sent to that MIDI port?
I'm investigating a number of ways to achieve something (remote MIDI device editing) and while I can go the usual environment approach (which is what I'm doing first of all) there are some things where the more "programmey" environment of the MIDI scripter would be useful - so rather than using the environment to receive incoming CCs and output sysex, using a MIDI Script to process incoming CC's and output sysex to the hardware would be helpful.
(If sysex can't be passed, the MIDI scripter is less useful as I'd have to add something else on the back end to convert generated events back to sysex, and we defeat much of the point of the scripter plugin if we have to ultimately do this in the environment anyway).
Anyone have some practical tips on this?