Macintosh Advice Sought: Squeak VM as NS Plugin
Andrew C. Greenberg
werdna at gate.net
Sat Feb 5 18:43:11 UTC 2000
At 8:34 AM -0800 2/5/2000, John.Maloney at disney.com wrote:
>Thanks for the quick reply. Unfortunately, this doesn't help, since
>it assumes that you've already got a connectionID for the code fragement
>of interest. But the connectionID is precisely what I do NOT have,
>What I want is a way to map the other way, from the address of a
>function known to be in a given fragment back to the fragement's
>connectionID. Perhaps this is totally trivial and I'm missing it.
>For example, is a connectionID part of a universal procedure
>descriptor? And what's the relationship between a connectionID
>and a handle? Is a connectionID really just a specially typed
>handle? If not, how do I map from the connectID to the handle
>that contains it so I can lock the handle?
>Alternatively, a way to enumerate all loaded code fragements,
>in combination with the FindSymbol() call you pointed me to,
>would do the trick.
>[Apologies to the rest of the Squeak list for keeping this
>thread public for a few more iterations; if I get this working,
>it will benefit all the Mac Squeakers...]
John -- it may be helpful to look at the Macintosh Mozilla sources:
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