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Re: lisp strings to str255
- To: info-MCL@cambridge.apple.com
- Subject: Re: lisp strings to str255
- From: email@example.com (Steven Dobbs)
- Date: Tue, 25 Feb 92 10:39:36 CST
>>Is there a function in MCL that will convert a string to a str255, or
>>should I just write my own?
>The WITH-PSTRS macro usually suffices.
>(with-pstrs ((pstr "A string"))
> ; In the body, PSTR is bound to a stack-allocated
> ; Pascal string containing "A string".
I tried the with-pstrs function, but I cannot get it to work. Here is the
code that I have, it anyone can help.
(defun doit ()
(rlet ((myrec :aeaddressdesc)
(let ((openfile (choose-file-dialog)))
(with-pstrs ((mystr openfile))) ;; converts string to str255
;;(checkError (#_AECreateDesc #$typeFSS mystr (length openfile) myrec))
This is supposed to get a file name and convert it to a str255 so that I
can use it in an apple event. It gets to the with-pstrs and retruns the
> Error: Argument #P"Tsunami: Steve:Steve's Lisp Folder:Eliza.lisp" is not of type SEQUENCE.
> While executing: DOIT
> Type Command-. to abort.
See the Restarts menu item for further choices.
Anyone got any clues?
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