Intercepting 'set the script..." in the IDE editor
bvlahos at mac.com
Fri May 4 16:27:35 EDT 2012
ActionCompile is called when you click the Apply (compile) button in the IDE. I believe it is called before the actual compile. If you don't have the "pass actionCompile" statement it doesn't compile.
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On May 2, 2012, at 10:51 AM, Dar Scott wrote:
> I like the idea of a plugin setting up a front script. However, don't I need to catch the click on the apply button rather than closefield?
> Maybe, I'm trying to do the wrong thing. Maybe I just need a plugin button to make the transformation on the edit field itself, perhaps with comments showing the change. This should be set up to be undoable.
> That might look OK for, say, constant folding, but would look scary for translating some domain language into 'talk. Even with a comment showing the original line, suddenly getting lines 300 characters long that look like nonsense can be confusing.
> It does put the LiveCode programmer in charge.
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