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- Subject: using LuaCOM and enumarators
- From: "Peter Loveday" <peter@...>
- Date: Tue, 5 Aug 2003 13:24:59 -0400
I'm trying to get LuaCOM to work, and having some problems... has anyone had
any success enumerating collections? For example, I'm trying to get a list
fso = luacom.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
drives = fso.Drives
This returns a collection object, as expected. I can index them by name:
cdrive = drives:Item("C")
But numeric index does not seem to work (and as far as I can see, should do)
firstdrive = drives:Item(1)
LuaCOM Exception in file tLuaCOM.cpp at line 661: COM exception: The
parameter is incorrect.
COM exception: The parameter is incorrect. (file tLuaCOM.cpp, line 661)
I also cannot seem to get a working enumerator object. How do I do this?
drives:GetEnumerator() doesn't exist, and drives:_GetEnum returns a userdata
object, with nothing I can call. The metatable for this object seems to
onbly contain "eq" and "gc", and the gc seems to crash...
Is there any way I can actually enumerate a collection, as it is really hard
to do a lot of things without this facility.
Love, Light and Peace,
- Peter Loveday
Director of Development, eyeon Software