Handler is being ignored: Why?

Devin Asay devin_asay at byu.edu
Fri May 23 16:00:36 EDT 2014


Paul,

Could it be that the ids of the controls in your backscripts stacks are not resolving properly? This causes problems with behaviors that are stored in other stacks. See http://quality.runrev.com/show_bug.cgi?id=8993

Devin


On May 23, 2014, at 1:09 PM, Paul Dupuis <paul at researchware.com>
 wrote:

> I have a command "thisCommand" that calles a 2nd command "thatCommand"
> which is in a btn script inserted as a backscript. So
> 
> on startup
>  -- some stuff
>  insert script of btn "thatCommandButton" of stack "myBackscripts" into
> back
>  -- some more stuff
> end startup
> 
> btn "thatCommandButton" contains
> 
> on thatCommand pArg1, pArg2
>  -- some stuff
>  answer pArg1 && pArg2
> end thatCommand
> 
> and finally my main script
> 
> on thisCommand
>  -- do a bunch of stuff
>  thatCommand arg1, arg2
>  -- more stuff
> end thisCommand
> 
> The symptom I am running into is that "thisCommand" never calls
> "thatCommand" I can set a breakpoint in the debugger and step line by
> line. When it gets to "thatCommand arg1, arg2" it steps right over it
> (like it was a singel statement rathet than a handler that it should
> step into) instead of INTO it and the command is never invoked. That
> seems to imply that it recognizes that the handler "thatCommand" is
> defined but is not executing it. I have checked to make sure that
> lockMessages is false. I have put the backScripts into msg to verify
> that the script is present in the backscripts. If I replace thatCommand
> with a fake handler name, LC throw a proper handler "not found error"
> 
> Does the order backscripts are inserted matter? thisCommand is actually
> also in a backscript that is inserted BEFORE the script containing
> "thatCommand"?
> 
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Devin Asay
Office of Digital Humanities
Brigham Young University





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