rcozens at pon.net
Sat Mar 4 11:10:05 EST 2006
> I have a stack (Which I will call Stack 1) that
> makes another stack (I will call it Stack 2), copies a card from some
> other stack running in the background (which I call Stack 3) and sends
> the new stack with the copied card all over the network where it is
> added to whatever stack sees it. The problem is that sometimes the
> card on Stack 2 has unexpected handler in it that cause random errors
> when I am working with it. I realize I can lock the messages, but
> that locks the messages for the Stack 1 also, which I cannot do. Is
> there any way of keeping messages from being passed to Stack 2,
> without locking the messages from Stack 1?
I am not sure exactly what you are describing.
If Stack 2 is created on-the-fly, where does the "unexpected" handler
come from? The card copied from Stack 3?
Do you have handlers with identical names in Stack 1 and 2?
If Stacks 1, 2, & 3 are all your creations, you should be able to avoid
If the error is caused by broadcasting a message (eg: doWhatever),
perhaps the problem can be avoided by directing the message to the
correct object (eg: send "doWhatever" to card 1 of stack "Stack 1").
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