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


on threadScript () {
		<<8/18/10; 8:41:25 AM by DW
			<<Comment out the realtime update watcher. We have now released I/O as a builtin function of the OPML Editor, no longer part of Scripting2.
		<<7/6/10; 8:04:01 AM by DW
			<<Open the workspace on launch if pref is set.
		<<6/6/10; 2:50:44 PM by DW
	local (adrdata = scripting2suite.init (), now = ());
	scripting2Suite.editor.checkWatchedFolder ();
	bundle { //open workspace on launch if pref set
		if adrdata^.editor.prefs.flOpenWorkspaceOnLaunch {
			if not defined (system.temp.scripting2.editor.flLaunched) {
				scripting2Suite.editor.openWorkspace ()}};
		system.temp.scripting2.editor.flLaunched = true}};
	<<bundle //realtime update watcher
		<<if adrdata^.editor.prefs.flRealtimeEnabled and adrdata^.editor.stats.flPasswordValid
			<<local (server = string (adrdata^.editor.prefs.server))
			<<local (username = adrdata^.editor.prefs.username)
			<<local (password = string (adrdata^.editor.prefs.password))
			<<realtime.client.start ("scripting2", server, username, password,
			<<local (flstart = true)
			<<if defined (system.temp.scripting2.editor.idRealtimeThread)
				<<flstart = not thread.exists (system.temp.scripting2.editor.idRealtimeThread)
			<<if flstart
				<<thread.callscript (@scripting2Suite.editor.getRealtimeUpdates, {})
	<<bundle //check for expired realtime update tables
		<<local (adrusers = @system.temp.scripting2.server.users, adruser, startticks = clock.ticks ())
		<<for adruser in adrusers
			<<if defined (adruser^.realtimeUpdates)
				<<local (i, adrsub, marktime = now - (2*60)) //two minutes
				<<for i = sizeof (adruser^.realtimeUpdates) downto 1
					<<adrsub = @adruser^.realtimeUpdates [i]
					<<if timeCreated (adrsub) < marktime
						<<delete (adrsub)
		<<adrdata^.stats.ctTicksRealtimeCollection = clock.ticks () - startticks //for debugging
bundle { //test code
	threadScript ()}

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.