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  1. #1
    David Rabiner
    Guest

    Procedure for writing our own code

    Enrico,

    I noticed the "Seatbelts" sign fix in the other thread, and others have
    suggested ways to code certain fixes.

    I'm wondering how updates are going to be handled. I want to make sure, for

    example, that I don't change pmsys737 or sysvar, and then have an update
    come down the line that overwrites what we've individually done.

    Are you going to send overwrites to pmsys737 or sysvar? Should we use the
    scripts that I saw in an earlier thread?

    Thanks. I'm having fun with this.

    Warm regards,
    David


  2. #2
    Enrico Schiratti
    Guest

    Re: Procedure for writing our own code

    Hi,

    it is quite straight-forward...

    You can use the released modules as they are, sysvar.txt is always the
    reference and I will have to maintain it here... and pmsys737.txt is also
    the reference which I have to update everyone with. The key is the fact that

    a number of people is using it, so I can't know who changed what when.

    You yourself have to decide when and how you break out from the reference
    files and work on from there or whether you stick to the general ones.

    The include mechanism could also be used inversely... i.e. you make your own

    main file, include the reference 737 file and handle all extras that way...

    i.e. inside of

    pmsys_My_737.txt you add

    include pmsys737.txt

    Ciao

    Enrico

    "David Rabiner" wrote in message
    news:281849.56025@wb.onvix.com...
    > Enrico,
    >
    > I noticed the "Seatbelts" sign fix in the other thread, and others have
    > suggested ways to code certain fixes.
    >
    > I'm wondering how updates are going to be handled. I want to make sure,
    > for
    >
    > example, that I don't change pmsys737 or sysvar, and then have an update
    > come down the line that overwrites what we've individually done.
    >
    > Are you going to send overwrites to pmsys737 or sysvar? Should we use

    the
    > scripts that I saw in an earlier thread?
    >
    > Thanks. I'm having fun with this.
    >
    > Warm regards,
    > David
    >



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