Feature #262

Add #first to subtlext and update #find/#[]

Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago. Updated 4 months ago.

Status: Fixed Start date: 2011-11-04
Priority: Low Due date:
Assignee: Christoph Kappel % Done:

100%

Category: Feature
Target version: Xi
Votes: 0

Description

In Subtlext, finder return either one object or an array of objects, this is inconsistent.

Add #first to subtlext to return just one object and always return an array in #find/#[].

Associated revisions

Revision 3100
Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago

Updated #262: Added checks for #first and updated calls of #find/#[]

Revision 3101
Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago

Updated #262: Added prototypes for #first

Revision 3102
Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago

Updated #262: Merged window finding code from client.c and tray.c to subSubtlextFindWindows

Revision 3103
Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago

Updated #262: Added #first and updated #find

Revision 3104
Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago

Closed #262: Updated due to changes of #find

Revision 3108
Added by Christoph Kappel 4 months ago

Updated #262: Set alias #[] to point to #first

History

  • % Done changed from 0 to 100
  • Status changed from Confirmed to Fixed

Applied in changeset 5728d4e7acf5.

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