Settings Scripts from a Script in a Standalone
ray at linkit.com
Sat Feb 4 09:24:30 CST 2012
Thanks once again for your time on this. Very clear now. By the way, it seems like a minor things but what do those other numbers after the commas mean?
On Feb 3, 2012, at 9:42 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
> On 2/3/12 9:23 PM, Ray Horsley wrote:
>> Thanks for this insight! Two quickies if I may; where can I get a
>> list of the code definitions returned by a try-catch and is there any
>> way for me to get a list of handlers which are currently executing so
>> I know not to try to update them while they're still running?
> The location of the error codes is listed in the dictionary under the errorDialog entry, along with instructions on how to get them. You can grab them and stick them in a reference somewhere if you want:
> get the cErrorsList of card 1 of stack "revErrorDisplay"
> The same dictionary entry also explains what all the numbers mean.
> I have a lookup stack I made that I use as a plugin for this, which is how I looked up your error codes. I was meaning to upload it to RevOnline until I got locked out. I seem to be able to get back in there now so I'll upload it one of these days.
> In the mean time you can just grab that list and put it into a text file or a stack field.
> I'm not sure how you get a list of running handlers. Generally it isn't an issue because they run sequentially and don't usually overlap. One exception is when one handler calls another, which calls the original again. That may be what you're seeing. If you do that too much you get a recursion error.
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