On Thursday 02 Jun 2005 20:18, Curtis L. Olson wrote:
> Ampere K. Hardraade wrote:
> >On June 1, 2005 07:02 pm, Andy Ross wrote:
> >>This isn't fixable without relatively major surgery, so for
> >> now I think you're stuck.  Maybe Melchior's suggestion of
> >> storing your data in Nasal space is the best one for the
> >> moment.
> >
> >Okay.  I think I came up with something using Nasal. =)
> >
> >Objects in Nasal seems to get passed/assigned by reference. 
> > So I wrote myself a medium object, passed two I/O buffers to
> > it, and have the buffers swap by the medium periodically by
> > calling the function settimer(medium.update, 0). It seems to
> > work, and seems to be better than using the property tree as
> > well.
>
> Hehe, when is your first release of NasalOS? :-)
>
> Curt.

How about calling the shell (g)nash?

:)

LeeE

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