[HELP] how to trigger a callback from an external...
andre at andregarzia.com
Fri Feb 13 17:56:15 EST 2009
thanks for the quick reply. I'll post my votes there for the sake of
hope and consistency. Right now, I can emulate the feature we want
using a couple ExprEval() calls. In the register callback, I use an
ExprEval("the long id of me") to capture the target for the callback,
this way, later, I can assemble a send call to the correct target and
use that! :D
right now, I am playing with pointers, I can never get them across
functions the way I want. I am ok with simple pointers but when I
start having pointers to pointers, things simply get ugly. It's like
me querying a guy: "Hey you're john?" and he pointing his finger
elsewhere saying: "thats me over there" and the guy he's pointing to
shounting: "I am not here, move along!" pointing somewhere else....
On Fri, Feb 13, 2009 at 8:49 PM, Mark Wieder <mwieder at ahsoftware.net> wrote:
> I believe you're gonna be stuck with SendCardMessage. I've had an
> enhancement request sitting in Bugzilla for a while (as of next week
> it'll be five years) to modify the scope of SendCardMessage, but I
> wouldn't wait around for it. You can always send a uniquely
> identifiable message such as "soapdog_Incoming" and catch it in the
> stack script.
> -Mark Wieder
> mwieder at ahsoftware.net
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