I just checked and you are correct that when calling your own scripts
you must leave out that parameter for it to work even though the pdb
browser shows it.
On 12/18/08, Pablo Yaggi <pya...@alsurdelsur.com> wrote:
> But I try to call my own script with the RUN-NONINTERACTIVE
> argument and it complains about the argument list, if i remove it,
> it works just fine, then when i use my script with the parameters
> i declared in the define everything goes perfect but adding
> the parameter run-mode as it gets listed in the browser help
> then it fails.
> On Thursday 18 December 2008 12:19:31 Rob Antonishen wrote:
>> If you specify RUN-NONINTERACTIVE it will run without the dialog box
>> On 12/18/08, Pablo Yaggi <pya...@alsurdelsur.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > In the scrupt-fu browser under parameters most of the
>> > scripts even my own show as first parameter:
>> > run-mode INT32 Interactive,non-interactive
>> > but it can not be specified in call nor used inside
>> > the script as is was implicit declared.
>> > Why is it there ? what does it mean ?
>> > About Enums, I still can't find a way to
>> > declare de enums. I need to use SF-ENUM
>> > and present the user a combo with a list
>> > of modes, but I don't know how to define
>> > the enums to include in SF-ENUM.
>> > Also I'm learning what available functions
>> > I have (like if, cond, etc) reading other scripts,
>> > I couldn't find any documentation out there,
>> > is there any ?
>> > Best Regards
>> > Pablo
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