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Shutting down event-handling.
- To: email@example.com
- Subject: Shutting down event-handling.
- From: Michael Burks <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1993 23:32:33 -0400 (EDT)
The scenario: In a view-click-event-handler method, I want to let the
user specify the endpoints of a polygon. The initial click invokes the
method, and then I handle all of the clicks after this one inside the
view-click-event-handler method via (mouse-down-p).
The problem: Say the user specifies a polygon with 6 endpoints. My
view-click-event-handler will handle all of these clicks, but the
event-dispatcher doesn't know I handled the clicks, so it generates 5
more calls to my view-click-event-handler.
I can envision hacks like an "eat-n-clicks" function, but would prefer a
clean solution. I would also like to avoid a context-dependant approach
where each click is handled differently depending on whether I am in the
process of creating a polygon (this would force some pseudo-global
stuff. I hate that), but will do this if no other solution exists.