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Re: Free Nodelet Hack: Add watch on current node (_redir)

by tye (Sage)
on Jul 10, 2007 at 20:10 UTC ( #625917=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Free Nodelet Hack: Add watch on current node
in thread New Service: Thread Watcher

I'm assuming that you don't simply replace:

<input type="hidd­en" name="node­_id" value="`au­thor_id`">


<input type="hidd­en" name="node­_id" value="`id`">

and avoid the "squirreliness" and inefficient _redir hackery out of (based on stuff you said in the CB) some mistaken impression you have that op=message works in user home nodes but not on arbitrary thread nodes.

So I repeat (more clearly) that whatever problem you saw you have probably mischaracterized the cause because I know of no reason why the above simple solution wouldn't work and I encourage you to try again and figure out why it doesn't so whatever bug can be fixed (if the problem you had wasn't actually due to something outside of PerlMonks).


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