like pass, but without ending the handler

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Wed Feb 28 15:39:14 EST 2007


Could this be of interest to you?

<http://homepage.mac.com/philip_aker/osa/osa.html>

Best,

Mark

--

Economy-x-Talk
Consultancy and Software Engineering
http://economy-x-talk.com
http://www.salery.biz

Get your store on-line within minutes with Salery Web Store software.  
Download at http://www.salery.biz

Op 28-feb-2007, om 21:25 heeft Chipp Walters het volgende geschreven:

> I have a question which is a variant of the same type of thing.
>
> Here's what I'm trying to do. I've created (with Chris's help) an
> application which communicates with Python via text files and
> callbacks.
>
> It basically works like this:
>
> Rev writes a Python script to folder 'test'
> Python polls for script, find it, runs it and writes the result in
> folder 'test2'
> Rev reads it and displays the result.
>
> In order for Rev to display the result, the originating script
> generator handler exits, then Rev polls the folder and then reads the
> result and returns via a 'callback' it to the originating control.
>
> So, a basic script on Rev would look like this:
>
> on mouseUp
>   --> MY LIBRARY NEEDS tID TO KNOW WHERE TO SEND CALLBACK
>   put the long ID of me into tID
>   --> BELOW HANDLER RESIDES IN MY LIBRARY
>   GetSomethingFromPython tID
> end mouseUp
>
> on receiveCallback pResult
>   answer pResult
> end receiveCallback
>
> So, the question is, how can I write a handler even more generic than
> above? IOW, without having to have the callback code.
>
> I'd prefer to have:
>
> on mouseUp
>   put GetSomethingFromPython() into tMyVar
> end mouseUP
>
> Any ideas?
>
> best,
> Chipp





More information about the Use-livecode mailing list