setprop handlers for custom property sets

Mark Wieder mwieder at ahsoftware.net
Thu Jul 30 17:31:55 EDT 2015


Paul Dupuis <paul at ...> writes:

> 
> On 7/30/2015 4:34 PM, Mark Wieder wrote:
> > Paul Dupuis <paul <at> ...> writes:
> >
> >> The LC 6.7.5 dictionary entry for setProp has the following:
> >>
> >> If the custom property you want to control is in a custom property set,
> >> use array notation in the first line of the setProp handler, as in the
> >> following example:
> > Interesting. I do see that in the documentation, but I've never used that.
> > The way I've always dealt with custom property sets is to switch context:
> >
> > set the customPropertySet of <object> to <name>
> > set the <property> of <object> to <whatever>
> > get the <property> of <object>
> > set the customPropertySet of <object> to empty
> >
> > I think this makes for a cleaner, easier-to-read format anyway.
> 
> I agree, but that still doesn't answer if you can use setProp and
> getProp handlers with individual custom properties in custom property sets.

Well, it eliminates the need for the array syntax,
which is what I thought you were asking about.
Within the customPropertySet you just have:

setProp property1 pValue
  set the property1 of me to pValue
end property1

setProp property2 pValue
  set the property2 of me to pValue
end property2

-- 
 Mark Wieder
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