[Laszlo-dev] LzIdle.callOnIdle - always a bug?
adam at laszlosystems.com
Wed Aug 16 16:49:03 EDT 2006
I think the answer to this question is no. There are lots of cases where a
programmer may want to yield -- say in exectuing a time-consuming search.
callOnIdle is intended for exactly this purpose, where the cost of
registering and unregistering an event is too high to do on every idle
On Aug 16, Antun Karlovac wrote:
> Do we treat every case where one has to use LzIdle.callOnIdle as a bug?
> It seems to me that the right thing to do is:
> - Document all scenarios where you must use LzIdle.callOnIdle.
> - Treat any case that's not documented as a bug.
> I didn't see any reference to it in the DGuide, nor the Wiki.
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