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- Subject: Re: Scripts with pause
- From: Jose Marin <jose_marin2@...>
- Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 11:57:18 +0000 (GMT)
Good idea, Russell.
I think that, in this case, I must design the scripts
to act as a state machine.
Thanks for the tip!
> On Aug 4, 2005, at 1:03 AM, Jose Marin wrote:
> > Yes, I was thinking on use coroutines to do this,
> > perhaps there is some way of implement a script
> > has sequencial tasks, and some taks take a little
> > complete.
> Another option (depending on your design) is to have
> the walk(), fire
> ()... command sequence queued up on your C/C++ side
> (not everything
> needs to be written in Lua ;-) --- sometimes easier
> to develop and
> debug if your app can be driven from C/C++ easily.
> Then when the action queue runs dry just call the
> Lua script to get
> more actions. If an action fails (a door closed and
> the walk command
> can't finish), then clear the queue and call your
> script (possibly
> with a action_failed parameter) to figure out a new
> Hope that hints at another solution.
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