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[sc-dev] Re: [sc-users] Main.sc and stand-alone application
Moving to dev...
On Fri, Dec 26, 2008 at 12:30 PM, Scott Wilson <s.d.wilson.1@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I knew there was a potential issue with standalones, but hadn't thought best
> how to deal with that. Under normal circumstances this would not fail.
This *is* a normal circumstance for Japanese users :)
I think, even in non-standalone environments, this will also affect
all startup actions that follow platform startup.
> I don't know how to access the localisation stuff. There's also a potential
> unicode issue here, since I'm not sure you could specify the actual name.
> Since at the moment there is only English and Japanese, you could search for
> both I suppose.
Maybe a resource file with translations for Help, one for each nib.
It's inelegant but in the absence of locale info from the OS, not sure
what else to do.
> Another possibility is that the if clause above exits
> without fail if the Help menu is not found. Not sure if that's a good idea
> or not.
I tend to think it's reasonable to let the sclang layer know that the
primitive failed -- then the sclang code can handle it appropriately
(try/catch or die).
James Harkins /// dewdrop world
"Come said the Muse,
Sing me a song no poet has yet chanted,
Sing me the universal." -- Whitman
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