What speed advantage comes from a private handler?

Phil Davis revdev at pdslabs.net
Tue Nov 8 19:52:31 EST 2016

You also can't execute a private handler with the "dispatch" command.

Phil Davis

On 11/8/16 4:44 PM, Monte Goulding wrote:
>> On 9 Nov. 2016, at 11:31 am, James Hale <james at thehales.id.au> wrote:
>> Can someone explain why making a handler private speeds up a script?
> Private handlers are called directly rather than giving all the frontscripts a chance to handle them.
>> Should I be making more of my handlers private?
> If you only ever need or want to call a handler from the same script then make it private.
> One thing to watch out for though is at the moment the pending messages queue does not have a sender reference which means that you can’t send in time private handlers or use private handlers for socket callbacks (which are sent via pending messages).
> Cheers
> Monte
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