Hook Functions

  • #1, by redsparkWednesday, 14. January 2015, 12:31 6 years ago
    Is there a list of hook functions somewhere? I couldn't find it on the wiki. Thanks.

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  • #3, by afrlmeWednesday, 14. January 2015, 12:53 6 years ago
    Redundant? What do you mean by it's redundant?

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  • #4, by SimonSWednesday, 14. January 2015, 12:59 6 years ago
    Was like for RAID-disk, there you say it's redundant if it's more than one time saved, so you won't get killed if one disk dies. Just figured out that it has also a lot of other meanings grin

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  • #5, by afrlmeWednesday, 14. January 2015, 13:07 6 years ago
    Most typical meaning is that it is no longer required/useful/necessary, like something past it's sell by date or something that has been surpassed by a much bigger, better & improved version. wink

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  • #6, by redsparkWednesday, 14. January 2015, 13:08 6 years ago
    lol. I should have read it more closely. I thought it was using three examples but there are only three hooks available. Thanks. red

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  • #7, by afrlmeWednesday, 14. January 2015, 13:19 6 years ago
    There's 2 different hook functions. Both have different things that can be done with them.

    The registerHookFunction is pretty much for repositioning text whereas the registerEventHandler is for creating loops, listeners & handlers for various things. Also you can create as many loop functions as you like & you can also unregister loops too with the unregisterEventHandler function.

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