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Hi

i'm writing an app in objc/c and using angel script. My Obj-C bridge is working well :-)

I try to use properties, but i cant find a method for using properties with function pointers. For a plain c application this would be great if there is also exists such a method on [color=#6F41A8][font=Menlo][size=2]asIScriptEngine.[/font]
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The RegisterObjectProperty is used to register an actual member of an object. But I assume you wanted something more like property accessors, these are registered as normal class methods, except that they following a special naming convention and signature that the compiler understands.

Property accessors also work for global properties, and can even be used to emulate an array of elements.

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