Mailing List Archive: 49091 messages
  • Home
  • Script library
  • AltME Archive
  • Mailing list
  • Articles Index
  • Site search
 

[REBOL] Re: Embedded Object and Scope yet again...

From: larry:ecotope at: 11-May-2001 13:31

Hi Joel You raise a lot of interesting questions. I will respond in several short posts. We were discussing using a quick object wrapper around script code: REBOL [] ctx-wrapper [ ........ all my code here ] end ctx-wrapper
> > ... There are some extra precautions when using vid which I will skip > > here. > > > > Do tell?!?! Precautions are A Good Thing! >
OK, here are the extra precautions and the reason why. Consider the following code: ctw-wrap: context [ layo: layout [ rbb: box red button "Change color" [rbb/color: random 255.255.255 show rbb] ] view layo ] After it runs, we find:
>> type? rbb
== object! Even though LAYOUT creates a face object, all set-words used in the block arg to LAYOUT are bound in the global context. This is not true for STYLIZE. So we have to add place-holders for all set-words used in the layout block(s) to the wrapper object, like so: ctx-wrap: context [ ; place-holders for all set-words in layout block(s) rb: none ; normal object variables a: [1 2 3] double: func [x][x * 2] layo: layout [ rb: box red button "Change color" [rb/color: random 255.255.255 show rb] ] ; some code view layo ] After this runs, we get:
>> rb
** Script Error: rb has no value ** Near: rb
>>
More soon -Larry