Having RunRev Standalone accept and reply to AppleEvents?

J. Landman Gay jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Thu Jan 27 13:05:45 CST 2005


On 1/27/05 12:01 AM, kee nethery wrote:

> OK, this seems to be working. Here's what I did.
> 
> I'm looking at the card id before I try to interact with the card. Then, 
> if I am not on that card I go there. I don't push and pop so that I end 
> up back to where ever I started from. I just go there if I am not there 
> and stay there. This is working great now. No idea why the script ends 
> up elsewhere sometimes and sometimes it does not, but going there if I 
> am not there seems to work.
> 
> Thanks for the hint that it might not be me, but that revolution might 
> be broken. Looks like your guess was correct. Thanks, Kee

I'm not positive that Rev is broken, though it may be. I just can't 
figure out why the message hierarchy isn't working as expected.

I'd guess that you wouldn't need the "go" statement at all if you use 
long object references instead; for example:

  put thedata into field "theSQL" of stack <myStackName>

On the other hand, since you have it working now, maybe it is better to 
just leave it alone. ;)

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