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Re: [StrongED] OSCLI question
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Bob Latham <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>I was mistakenly under the impression that pointing R0 at a path string
>with a text file as the leaf name would be the equivalent of double
>clicking the file. If I double click the file it will load into StrongEd
>which is already loaded or if not loaded, will load it and then open in it.
>Not so OSCLI. OSCLI always loads another copy of StrongEd and gives the
>warning that it is already running.
>Is there an easy way around this to get the same effect as a double click.
I believe the standard way to achieve this is to start up a task which
broadcasts a DATALOAD message (see page 3-253 of PRMs) with R1+44
being the address of a zero-terminated string holding the pathname
of the file; and, in your case, R1+40 holding &FFF.
Gavin Wraith (gavin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
Home page: http://www.wra1th.plus.com/
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