Thank you. That's exactly what I was looking for. I'm glad there's a way to go
directly back to the original arguments without having to pass them all at every
stage. As convenient as %ARGS is, this seems better. Keep up the good work!
Jonathan Swartz <swartz%pobox.com@...> on 06/21/2001 08:01:49
cc: (bcc: Wesley Sheldahl/Lex/Lexmark)
Subject: RE: [Mason] URL args
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> Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2001 9:57 AM
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> Subject: [Mason] URL args
> Is there a simple way for a nested subcomponent to get the
> arguments that were
> passed on the URL? I can do it with
> %cargs = $m->caller_args(2);
> but some components need a 3, others a 1, etc., and right now
> figuring that out
> is trial and error. Worse, it looks like it might break if I
> shuffle things
> around later, and the symptoms probably wouldn't be obvious. Suggestions?
> And just a quick note of praise: I'm finding it enormously easy to change
> existing pages and add to my site; code and html aren't
> overmixed, contrary to
> some of my friends' dire warnings. :-)
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