On 20/03/06, Andy Ross <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> It's possible, but difficult and error-prone, to write code that
> permits this sort of thing.  But almost certainly a better design
> would be to separate the nodes that are changed by a listenener
> from the nodes whose change causes a listener to fire.

Maybe we need to add some kind of locking for nodes, or at least some
kind of error reporting.  It's not a good thing for scripts to be able
to make FlightGear simply hang.

All the best,



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