charles wrote:no desty becAUSE
I am asking for an example code of rsrc saddr not a huge belittling ...
charles wrote: I am asking for an example code of rsrc saddr not a huge belittling ...
charles wrote:what if you have three different rsc loaded?
how does it know which object tree im trying to address?
joska wrote:The pointer to the current RSC is in the AES global array at index 5 and 6 (two 16-bit words that each contains half of the 32-bit adress).
ThorstenOtto wrote:So when managing multiple resources, you have to save at least indices 5-8 after rsrc_load(),...
ThorstenOtto wrote:However, if you *do* call rsrc_free(), you have to make sure that those variables are set up correctly, otherwise you will free the same memory twice, which might confuse GEMDOS.
charles wrote:basically my initial intent was to utilize one object tree , but two different sets of teds,strings , buttons for the object ...
this is what I felt rsrc saddr would do
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tree[INPUTFIELD].ob_spec.tedinfo = tedinfo1;
tree[INPUTFIELD].ob_spec.tedinfo = tedinfo2;
charles wrote:specifically id like to see gfa
charles wrote:and rsrc_saddr
charles wrote:you have no need for it doesn't mean I have no need for it ..
charles wrote:this thread is about rsrc_saddr .....
charles wrote:but I never said I cant do it other ways , ive only said I want some different examples using rsrc_saddr..??????
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