Target not working???

Rob Cozens rcozens at
Tue Mar 28 10:45:06 EST 2006

Morning Dave,

> All I want to do is to call a handler if it exists in a script. I've 
> read up on the message path etc. but not sure how it applies in this 
> case. Could you elaborate?

Moi & my foolesh mouth!

Now I have to analyze your code in more detail, ignore your question, 
or offer another general opinion.

In general, I echo Mark's feeling:

> I still think you're fighting the "natural" object hierarchy.

But, as I said previously, this does not mean your approach won't work.

So help me understand the underlying goal.

My impression is you a building a library of "standardized objects" to 
be referenced by multiple stacks.  All iterations of standardized 
objects in that stack are to be initialized per a library stack handler 
when it opens and set to some other state when the stack closes.  Is 
that essentially the goal of the example?

Rob Cozens
CCW, Serendipity Software Company

"And I, which was two fooles, do so grow three;
Who are a little wise, the best fooles bee."

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