Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: system.paths and guest databases
Author: Jeremy Bowers Posted: 10/15/1999; 1:02:32 PM Topic: system.paths and guest databases Msg #: 12076 (In response to 4850) Prev/Next: 12075 / 12077
In the message this is a reply to, which probably belongs on the Frontier discussion, Brent Simmons states:
Please don't edit system.paths -- to do so is to edit a very critical section of Frontier. There are always ways to accomplish things without editing this table.
I've got my website in a guest database, and I want to make the #tools table accessible, as I used to edit the path to do so. By "accessible", I mean that while running the scripts in "#tools" for the purposes of debugging, other references to "#tools" are considered in scope. So, if I had:
I could debug listOfLinks, which references simply "createLink", without giving the full path. In addition, I have nested tables and such.
Basically, I want to add #tools to the path, without adding #tools to the path. How exactly is this done?
(note that during render time, this isn't a problem, as the #tools table acts in exactly the fashion I need. That still makes debugging hard.)
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