Re: [eclipse-users] Question re rpc

From: Andrew Cheadle <amc4_at_...56...>
Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 12:25:58 +0100
Hi Andrew

Have you forgotten to load the IC library?

Cheers

Andy

Farrell, Andrew wrote:
> Hi Eclipse Users,
>
> I am using EclipseEngine.rpc -- very simple, I wish to declare a range
> for a variable, but when using the method call it decides that it is
> incorrect syntax.
>
> Using DosEclipse, everything is fine:
>
> [eclipse 24]: X &:: [a,b].
>
> X = X{[a, b]}
> Yes (0.00s cpu)
>
> But when using rpc -- eclipse.rpc("X &:: [a,b]"); -- I get the use of
> the &:: being syntactically incorrect:
>
> string stream 7: syntax error: postfix/infix operator expected
> | X &:: [a,b]
> |     ^ here
> string contains unexpected characters in term_string(_950, "X &::
> [a,b]")
>
> I'm currently a little baffled by this.
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Many thanks
> Andrew Farrell
>
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