Whoops: Getting the name of the script only stack an handler is in
waprothero at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 00:15:39 CET 2019
Ok, if there is a way to get the name of the stack containing a particular handler, I’ll use it. Otherwise, each “feature” stack will return a precoded name. I had to fiddle to get the polling to work without errors.
The impetus for this is to re-factor the code for a project that’s looking increasingly complicated, so I need to make sure I will be able to maintain it without chaos, and thanks to Andre’s book for some direction.
on actionsList tList
put tList&cr after actionsList
—call this in the openstack handler
put "" into actionsList
—Each script only stack contains this:
—The name returned is set for each “feature” stack. I’d rather have it return the name of the “Feature” stack, but just
— returning the name is ok too
put the short name of this stack into myAction
put "CP_handwriting" into myAction
dispatch "actionsList" to cd "Opening" of stack "CP_Main" with myAction
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> But perhaps I’ve solved it. I only need to put the name of the “feature” stack in the pollActions handler. Anyway, I still have my question.
> I’m trying to implement a structure where I can simply add script only stacks that seamlessly add capability to my app. To do this, I have all of the “feature” stacks in a given folder, and when I initialize the app, I start using all of the “feature” stacks. Then I want to initialize all of them, so I send a message that gets passed in each “feature” stack.
> I do, in each “feature” stack (which doesn’t give me the answer I want):
> on pollActions
> put the short name of the current stack into myAction (I want the name of the stack that contains this script)
> dispatch "actionsList" to cd "Opening" of stack "CP_Main" with myAction
> pass pollActions
> end pollActions
> In the main stack, I have:
> local actionsList
> on actionsList tList
> put tList&cr after actionsList
> end actionsList
> My question:
> How do I get the name of the script only stack that holds the “Feature” code? The above code gives me the name of the main stack, which is not useful for my purposes.
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