[kepler-dev] Missing actors?

Dan Higgins higgins at nceas.ucsb.edu
Thu Oct 14 13:38:53 PDT 2004


    I would like to note that I apparently think the UserLibrary 
differently than you do. I have found it very useful for putting actors 
that I frequenntly use and for saving special CompositeActors for reuse. 
I think that it is essential to have some place items 'unregistered' 
actors can be stored and retrieved. Or maybe it is better to think of it 
as 'My Custom Actor Registry".


Shawn Bowers wrote:

> Dan, this is very useful, thank you!
> Expression was incorrectly annotated ... and if you do a check out it 
> should work now.
> It is under Actors > Mathematical Operations
> The user library was not included on purpose, similar to the reasoning 
> Chad gave for not having an ee_bin kind of folder ... Basically, 
> userlibrary can be viewed as those items that haven't been properly 
> "registered" for use within the Kepler actor library / actor 
> management functionality (which is only really a vague idea at this 
> point ...)
> Thanks,
> Shawn
> Dan Higgins wrote:
>> Chad, Shawn,
>>    Just some comments on 'problems' with the new actor tree as I am 
>> coming across them. You may already be handling them.
>>    I cannot seem to find the "Expression" actor in the new tree (It's 
>> an important one.)
>>    Also, UserLibrary is not yet included. Do you intend to?
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