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error using cancel() #7

ray-5050 opened this issue Sep 18, 2018 · 1 comment

error using cancel() #7

ray-5050 opened this issue Sep 18, 2018 · 1 comment


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@ray-5050 ray-5050 commented Sep 18, 2018

I would like to terminate or cancel an instant of an onTime so that I could programmically restart it using a different setting. Therefore, I tried using ot.cancel(); I assumed that is what this is for but was unsure.

As a test, I was using the ontime module to trigger every minute and when the minute >= ## then I called ot.cancel().
if(myMin >= 50) ot.cancel();

When I tried using this, I get the following error
ReferenceError: cancelTimeout is not defined

Ideally, I would like to kill an instance of onTime using the id and use it anywhere in the code with just ot.cancel(id);

Thanks for your help.

@mycoboco mycoboco self-assigned this Sep 19, 2018
@mycoboco mycoboco added the bug label Sep 19, 2018
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@mycoboco mycoboco commented Sep 19, 2018

The reference error has been fixed and I've urgently published v0.0.6 with the fix.
I should have more exhaustively tested what might happen with single set to false.

I will consider the idea using an id to control timers with your idea suggested before.

Thank you very much for reporting the issue.

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