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#ActualEnder1618

Posted 01 October 2012 - 12:43 PM

Thought about it a bit more, by ActiveSelector do you mean a selector that always evaluates from highest priority (left most) to lowest when it is visited, instead of (like a normal selector) continuing with the last visited subtree during the next tick. You have to keep track of what subtree you where in before so that if you need to abandon that subtree on the next tick, you can reset all of that subtree's child iterators. Does that make sense?

#1Ender1618

Posted 01 October 2012 - 12:17 PM

Thought about it a bit more, by ActiveSelector do you mean a selector that always evaluates from highest priority (left most) to lowest when it is visited, instead of (like a normal selector) continuing with the last visited subtree during the next tick. You have to keep what subtree you where in before so that if you need to abandon that subtree on the next tick, you can reset all of that subtree's child iterators. Does that make sense?

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