Problem being, of course, that you’re then limited to a finite number
of pre-determined attributes.
Otherwise, you could do something a la matrixctrl, where there’s just
a kind of badly designed "dump format" [x, y, state] repeated over
and over again. Or just come up with your own crazy system. You have
control over your get- and setvalueof methods, so they can format and
interpret your object’s "value" however you like. You’re limited to
something like 4092 different atoms in this value, though.
Am 20.07.2007 um 22:30 schrieb barry threw:
> Does anyone have an example for pattr code for externals with a
> more complex data set than a standard variable, like a struct?
> I am looking to add pattr support to a breakpoint object like
> Function, and am not quite sure how to go about it and far as how
> to pass the data in the getvalueof function.
> There don’t seem to be really any examples of this in the pattr
> SDK…but I could very well just not be understanding something.
> Barry Threw
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