Re: [peditors] three suggestions
- # Well, that's a bit not that simple as it sounds. I have an application
# that normally resides in RAM, but I have a copy of it on the SD card. For
# some reason it ins't included into backup and therefore it isn't restored
# from the backup - I have to copy it back to RAM manually each time after a
# hard reset. Now guess what: I had a couple of hard resets recently and I
# forgot to copy the application into RAM. So when I run a script with
# /&launch[@@that application@@] I found my data in the current application
# corrupted (not a big deal, but nontheless...)
I see your point. Let me think...Paul
- From the new manual...
<p><b>October 1, 2002.</b>
The universal application launcher <a href="#PFUNCTIONS">pFunction</a>
"<b>/&launch [...]</b>" handles erroneous input such as non-existing
applications in a more user friendly manner.
Thanks, YaakovS, for the idea.</p>