Can use assign multiple behaviors to a single object?
brahma at hindu.org
Thu Aug 11 17:34:50 EDT 2016
Monte: yes I was aware of that option… but looking for
OBJECT A (with behaviors)
all with an "equal standing". I can see how from the engine's point of view this might be challenging vs a hierarchical/cascading layout.
ergo, answer is "no, you can't do it that way." (have multiple behaviors parallel to each other)
The hierarchical behavior method obfuscates the architecture in the sense that it is very hard to see the common parent behaviors that are "hiding" behind the other child behaviors. (perhaps I am wrong there) i.e. making that method even more challenging from a transparency-maintenance architecture choice… may as well just "start/stop" using libs as needed.
p.s. I realize "parent-child" has been deprecated… that still doesn't mean, IMHO, it is not the optimal language choice for talking about behaviors
On 8/11/16, 11:15 AM, "use-livecode on behalf of Monte Goulding" <use-livecode-bounces at lists.runrev.com on behalf of monte at appisle.net> wrote:
You can assign a behavior to a behavior object for common code you want to use in multiple behaviors. The IDE does support it.
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