eduard.aylon at gmail.com
Wed Aug 31 20:39:53 EDT 2005
Hi Ge and others,
I have a proposal, which I don't know if people would agree it is
important but that I personally would find handy. I am a newbie with
chuck and maybe there is a way to accomplish such thing. If that were
the case my apologies but I couldn't figure it out from reading the
The proposal is to be able to have a "name" public method for Shreds.
This comes in handy when one runs the same ck-program several times
with different settings each time and therefore being able to
differentiate from each other easily.
It has happened to me that I've removed shreds that I didn't want to.
One could assign the name by issuing:
machine.add("foo.ck", "foo_1") //where foo_1 would be the name
hmm.., now that I am writting this lines I'm thinking could add and
remove shreds by doing:
machine.add("foo.ck") => int foo_1_id;
machine.remove( foo_1_id );
However this would require keeping a "main" program, and the
foo_1_id, would be a local variable from the first run of the
So in the end, I think it would be nice to issue ./chuck ^ and see
the status with more representative names than those from the ck-
Sorry, I went a bit messy by the end of the email.
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