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I’m fairly new to the Godot world and I do understand that this might not be the most efficient or “proper” way of doing things, but I like to do things in one place and please excuse me.
How do I assign child node’s _ready function from the parent node’s script?
I did try
If you only need to do something with a child node’s
_ready() function, attach a script to the child node (if you can attach it in the editor, and not trying to do this at runtime), and write the code in the child node’s
If it’s something more complicated, then please explain the problem a bit more.
I’m creating nodes using
.new method in parent object’s
_init method. This function must be executed at run time, doesn’t it?! I think what I’m trying do to is not exactly possible, I’m generating objects on the fly and trying to assign overrides of virtual initialization and processing functions at run time…
nergadzed | 2023-01-28 16:37
If these are classes such that the
_init() function is being used, then figure out which properties of the class must be defined outside of the class, and add them as parameters to the
func _init(item1, item2):
var thing1 = item1
var thing2 = item2
Then when it comes time to assign an object, fill in the necessary data:
var bar = Foo.new("I'm Thing 1!", "I'm Thing 2!")
Note that this is only when making a class. Regular ol’ GDScript with a node that extends another node doesn’t require the
_init() function to be defined. Hope that helps.
Ertain | 2023-01-29 00:12