Team Development using Run Rev
viktoras at ekoinf.net
Sat Mar 1 04:11:24 EST 2008
Unfortunately a few functions in Rev require use of ID (or long ID) when
referring to objects...
RevDictionary says: use the altID property to specify an additional ID
for an object. Both the ID and the altID property are checked when you
refer to an object by ID.
Of course it would be nice to have a possibility to set any ID from
script (should we ask for an enhancement, is this possible at all?).
Meanwhile I wonder whether altID approach works reliably in all cases.
B.t.w the dictionary warns: be careful not to set an object's altID
property to the ID of an object of the same type. Since both properties
are checked when you refer to an object by ID, doing this may cause the
wrong object to be found because its altID property is the same as the
ID of the object you want.
Gotcha: how do we know in advance what ID will be assigned to an object
to avoid matching ID and altID of two different objects? Will the
Revolution engine check uniqueness of both IDs and altIDs? Is there any
way to ensure that no ID and altID for any two objects match ?
All the best!
> Well, if you're able to *not* set 'hard' values of any ids in your code,
> then the serialization ( dump ) of a stack is not a problem, no ?
> and then, you can use any CVS/SVN/BZR tool to manage your versions
> in a very subtle way.
> I've done that for an old project, but didn't serialize ( export ) all
> properties, only a few.... but it did work !
> use-revolution mailing list
> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your
> subscription preferences:
More information about the Use-livecode