force quit question

Jim McNeely jmcneely at nwrads.com
Fri Oct 3 14:30:19 EDT 2008


Thanks, guys, great info. Not that I would ever need to know any of  
this :^)

Jim

On Oct 3, 2008, at 11:11 AM, Eric Chatonet wrote:

> Bonsoir Jim,
>
> As usual, Jacque's reply is perfect.
> I'll just add that command/dot (may need shift to be correct:  
> depends on the platform and your system language) allows you to  
> stop any running script in the IDE unless you have specified 'set  
> the can't abort to true' at the beginning of your handler.
>
> Le 3 oct. 08 à 19:31, Jim McNeely a écrit :
>
>> Here is a (probably embarrassing) newbie question for you.
>>
>> Suppose you put some ill-advised code in a file that results in an  
>> endless loop, and you have to force quit revolution. If you go  
>> back to that file and resume work, should you suppose that it is  
>> damaged, or should you assume that all is well except unsaved  
>> changes were lost?
>>
>> In other words, what is the conventional wisdom in this  
>> circumstance, besides avoiding putting dumb endless looping code  
>> into your app?
>
>
> Best regards from Paris,
> Eric Chatonet.
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