Weird coll problem.


    Nov 26 2008 | 3:18 pm
    I store a value in coll with a symbol. I then immediately retrieve that value and 'set' the object which created it. This is so that the object and the coll stay in sync when modified separately. I am using route as more than one value is stored in the coll but for simplicity I have only put one in the patch.
    Though, even using deferlow, I still don't get expected behavior. Here's a patch, try adding deferlow between 't b' and 'symbol file':

    • Nov 26 2008 | 3:47 pm
      hi
      use pak instead of pack, with zl reg to do the trick :
      works here, i think...
      cheers
      g
      2008/11/26 fairesigneaumachiniste
      > > I store a value in coll with a symbol. I then immediately retrieve that > value and 'set' the object which created it. This is so that the object and > the coll stay in sync when modified separately. I am using route as more > than one value is stored in the coll but for simplicity I have only put one > in the patch. > > Though, even using deferlow, I still don't get expected behavior. Here's a > patch, try adding deferlow between 't b' and 'symbol file': > > > > >
    • Nov 26 2008 | 3:54 pm
      sorry i answered a bit too quickly
      here is the correct solution i propose :
      g
      2008/11/26 Guillaume Evrard
      > hi > > use pak instead of pack, with zl reg to do the trick : > > > > works here, i think... > > cheers > > g > > 2008/11/26 fairesigneaumachiniste > > >> I store a value in coll with a symbol. I then immediately retrieve that >> value and 'set' the object which created it. This is so that the object and >> the coll stay in sync when modified separately. I am using route as more >> than one value is stored in the coll but for simplicity I have only put one >> in the patch. >> >> Though, even using deferlow, I still don't get expected behavior. Here's a >> patch, try adding deferlow between 't b' and 'symbol file': >> >> >> >> >> > >
    • Nov 27 2008 | 2:25 pm
      Thanks for your replies but neither of those solutions work for me.
      I'll find another way.
    • Nov 27 2008 | 2:34 pm
      Fixed it. Just needed a buddy object in front of pack.