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m : metacard@lists.runrev.com 9 December 2011 • 11:08AM -0500

Re: Stacks always open on launch
by J. Landman Gay

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On 12/8/11 8:13 PM, Ken Ray wrote:
>
> On Dec 8, 2011, at 6:43 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:
>
>> Never mind, I see it reads the folder contents. Something's
>> completely screwed up with my plugins manager. It's off by two. And
>> when I tried to debug the script, none of the variables show up in
>> the variable watcher, nor can I get the values in the message box
>> while stepping through the code.
>>
>> And that doesn't explain why my non-plugin stacks are opening all
>> by themselves.
>
> Is it possible you have files in the plugins folder that aren't
> stacks? I've had situations like what you've described and that's
> what I had...

Yup, that was it. Thanks. There was a text file and also three aliases
to stacks. I took them all out and made a new build of the IDE, and it
works now.

If you get a chance some time, it would be nice if the plugin manager
would test for stack files. Other file types leave blank lines in the
list, which also throws off library loading. The aliases all referenced
stacks, but they don't resolve and so they leave blank lines in the
list. When there are blank lines, trying to open one of the plugins or
loading one as a library is off by as many lines in the list as there
are blanks. I.e., in the Plugin Manager I would select a line in the
list, click "Open as toplevel", and a stack 3 lines up would open.

I still have no idea why my old copy of the IDE was opening an unrelated
stack on disk though. With the new IDE build it stopped.

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Jacqueline Landman Gay         |     jacque@hype...
HyperActive Software           |     http://www.hyperactivesw.com

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