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Docs » Autodocs » iffparse.library » ExitHandler

NAME

	ExitHandler -- add an exit handler to the IFFHandle context. (V36)

SYNOPSIS

	error = ExitHandler(iff, type, id, position, handler, object);
D0 A0 D0 D1 D2 A1 A2
LONG ExitHandler(struct IFFHandle *, LONG, LONG, LONG,
struct Hook *, APTR object(;

FUNCTION

	Installs an exit handler vector for a specific type of chunk into the
context for the given IFFHandle structure. Type and id are the longword
identifiers for the chunk to handle. The handler is a client-supplied
standard Hook structure, properly initialized. Position tells
where to put the handler in the context. The handler will be called
just before the parser exits the given chunk in the "pause" parse
state. The IFF stream may not be positioned predictably within the
chunk. The handler will execute in the same context as whoever
called ParseIFF(). The handler will be called (through the hook)
with the following arguments:
A0: the Hook pointer you passed.
A2: the 'object' pointer you passed.
A1: pointer to a LONG containing the value
IFFCMD_EXIT.
The error code your call-back routine returns will affect the parser
in three different ways:
Return value Result
------------ ------
0: Normal success; ParseIFF() will continue
through the file.
IFF_RETURN2CLIENT: ParseIFF() will stop and return the value 0.
(StopChunk() is internally implemented using
this return value.)
Any other value: ParseIFF() will stop and return the value
you supplied. This is how errors should be
returned.

INPUTS

	iff - pointer to IFFHandle structure.
type - type code for chunk to handle (ex. "ILBM").
id - identifier code for chunk to handle (ex. "CMAP").
position - local context item position. One of the IFFSLI_#? codes.
handler - pointer to Hook structure.
object - a client-defined pointer which is passed in A2 during call-
back.

RESULT

	error - 0 if successful or an IFFERR_#? error code if unsuccessful.

BUGS

	Returning the values IFFERR_EOF or IFFERR_EOC from the call-back
routine *may* confuse the parser.
There is no way to explicitly remove a handler once installed.
However, by installing a do-nothing handler using IFFSLI_TOP,
previous handlers will be overridden until the context expires.

SEE ALSO

EntryHandler(), StoreLocalItem(), StoreItemInContext(), <utility/hooks.h>, <libraries/iffparse.h>

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