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- Subject: Re: upvalue indices
- From: Björn De Meyer <bjorn.demeyer@...>
- Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 23:36:12 +0100
Peter Loveday wrote:
> I'm getting an intermitant crash in Lua 5 Beta attempting to retrieve an
> upvalue that does not exist.
> The code that is a problem in this case is:
> ptr = lua_touserdata(L, lua_upvalueindex(2))
> I only have 1 upvalue in this case (though at times I might have 2); I had
> assumed this would return NULL, but it doesn't seem to do so reliably.
> Is there a fix for this, or, alternatively, can I tell how many upvalues I
> was passed so as to prevent my code querying the second value if it isn't
My idea would be to pass the amount of upvalues in lua_upvalueindex(1),
and then use that for checking... I think the whole idea of
upvalues was built around the idea that the amount of upvalues is known
at compile time, though I might be mistaken there.
"No one knows true heroes, for they speak not of their greatness." --
Björn De Meyer