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- Subject: Re: evaluatin IupLua [was: Re: ANN: luacheia alpha1 release9
- From: Mark Stroetzel Glasberg <mark@...>
- Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 11:58:13 -0300
Gunnar Zötl wrote:
> on the subject of IupLua, I am also playing around with it, and like
> it very much so far. There is one thing that strikes me as odd, though:
> if there is a runtime error in the IupLua script, the interpreter
> exits silently. This is on Windows. I tried to encapsulate my main
IupLua5 is still beta, it is not handling errors correctly. IupLua4
shows a small dialog with the callstack and everything.
> while dialog.visible do
You are looking for a message loop. You should call IupMainLoop().
This will run until all dialogs are closed (or until you return
IUP_CLOSE in any callback).
If you would like a modal dialog, just run IupPoup instead of IupShow
(IupPoup will run a message loop for you and will only return when
the dialog shown is closed) - this will give you the same result as
while dialog.visible, but will not consume as much CPU.
|\/|ark Stroetzel Glasberg
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