From: Tristan Croll (
Date: Thu Mar 27 2014 - 19:04:22 CDT

I have a proc which on the fly creates two sets of atomselections, each of which I have stored in list variables (call them $list1 and $list2). A second proc then uses data from the atomselections in $list1 to write coordinates to $list2. This works fine as long as the second proc is called from within the first - but I want to be able to re-call the second proc (from a head proc running a GUI) to update coordinates as the reference structure changes. This is where problems arise: $list1 and $list2 are actually just lists of text pointers to atomselections, but the actual atomselect variables were "helpfully" dropped the moment the first proc completed. I'm just wondering if someone could advise me on the most elegant way to hand such procedurally-generated variables back up the chain to that head proc?



Tristan Croll
Faculty of Health
Institute of Health and Biomedical Engineering
Queensland University of Technology
60 Musk Ave
Kelvin Grove QLD 4059 Australia
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