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- Subject: Suspend/Resume Event
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Fri, 29 May 1992 17:04:02 -0600
What would be the best way in 2.0 final to catch events? Is *event-hook*
obsolete or down-graded now?
The intent in this instance is to allow programmers to add functions to a
couple global lists to be called on suspend/resume events, so there may
already be some functionality provided by MCL for this.
Today, I actually had to open up a reference book (Mac Revealed, v. 4) in
order to figure out what the names of some constants were. Since I do this
as little as possible (keeping in mind the Mac philosophy), I was wondering
if there isn't some way of working backwards from a given number, say 15,
to finding all the constants in the constants.idx whose value is that
Forgive me if I'm being stupid here, I'm not quite sure how #$ works with
constants.idx and defconstant...
REALLY STUPID QUESTION:
After tracking this down to EVENTS.lisp, I gotta wonder...what happened to
number 9? All the other numbers get an event, how come s/he doesn't?
"TANSTAAFL" Rich email@example.com