see3d at writeme.com
Wed Oct 26 22:07:06 CDT 2005
Depending on the size and complexity, you could take several
approaches --I just have one.
The main application I am developing has just 1 stack and 1 card. I
put all the data crunching routines in the stack script and all the
UI routines in the card script. I only put other significant scripts
into a few major buttons (like Print or Select File...). All the
rest of the UI elements call handlers in the card script if they even
have a script. I combine a lot of UI element scripts by passing an
argument or simply using "the target". It has been a snap to keep
track of, but I only have 3000 lines of code and 200 handlers in 370
UI elements --not much by most standards.
On Oct 26, 2005, at 10:25 PM, Charles Hartman wrote:
> I know this is going to sound like a *really* dumb question, if
> only because it's so vague. But I'm wondering how people adjust
> their workflow to the way Transcript's code is dispersed among many
> separate scripts.
> I keep getting lost. I keep forgetting where my code is that does
> such-and-such. (Which script was that in?) So I keep losing track
> of what I was about to do next, and my concentration falls apart.
> It's making Rev *much* slower for me to program in than supposedly
> more complicated languages like Python and C++.
> Anybody think this makes any sense? Any hints how to think about it
> Charles Hartman
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