Monday, November 08, 2010 at 12:00 AM.


on pushRealtimeUpdate (htmltext, type="", userWhoCausedUpdate="", data=nil) {
		<<7/20/10; 6:35:41 AM by DW
			<<Call the builtins.realtime routine that was cribbed from this one.
			<<old code
				<<local (adrsystemdata = scripting2suite.init (), adruser, now = ())
				<<local (semaphore =
				<<for adruser in @adrsystemdata^.server.users
					<<if adruser^.prefs.flRealtimeUpdates
						<<local (username = nameof (adruser^))
						<<local (adrparent = @system.temp.scripting2.server.users.[username].realtimeUpdates, adrtable)
						<<local (serialnum = adruser^.stats.ctRealtimeUpdates++)
						<<for adrtable in adrparent
							<<local (adrupdate = @adrtable^.[string.padwithzeros (serialnum, 5)])
							<<semaphore.lock (semaphore, 180)
							<<new (tabletype, adrupdate)
							<<adrupdate^.htmltext = htmltext
							<<adrupdate^.type = type
							<<adrupdate^.username = userWhoCausedUpdate
							<<if data != nil
								<<adrupdate^.data = data
							<<adrupdate^.when = now
							<<semaphore.unlock (semaphore)
		<<7/16/10; 7:43:21 AM by DW
			<<Add another level under each users' realtimeUpdates table, with the IP they're connecting through. 
		<<7/15/10; 8:08:43 AM by DW
			<<Add three optional params, type and userWhoCausedUpdate and data. Type of course can distinguish between classes of updates. I added this so the instant outliner could push its updates out through this channel. userWhoCausedUpdate indicates which user caused the update.
			<<data is any data that should be attached to the update. It's up to the type to determine what data it might want to send.
		<<7/13/10; 7:56:37 AM by DW
	return (realtime.server.pushUpdate (htmltext, type, userWhoCausedUpdate, data))};
bundle { //test code
	pushRealtimeUpdate ("Hello from Hollywood")}

This listing is for code that runs in the OPML Editor environment. I created these listings because I wanted the search engines to index it, so that when I want to look up something in my codebase I don't have to use the much slower search functionality in my object database. Dave Winer.