New answers tagged

1

I think the problem is the same one as with any unintendend infinite recursion: You are not perfectly sure what the callee does when you call it, and if that callee happens to call the caller with unchanged arguments, you are doomed. I really don't think that your case is any different, only the involved mechanics differ. So, I would apply the same to your ...


0

I'm not 100% sure of the problem you had but it seems like you had issues with callbacks calling callbacks, or at least callbacks being called out of sequence. Why that was occurring seems to be that you are combining a callback-based architecture with an event based one, so you don't have full control over your program flow. A simple answer would be to ...



Top 50 recent answers are included