[Seaside] Some questions about Seaside architecture
renggli at gmail.com
Mon Dec 12 23:23:11 CET 2005
Ohh, some additional comments after hitting send for the first time ... ;-)
> I am not sure what you mean, but I think this is what #show:onAnswer:
> (as shown above) already does.
Note that closures and continuations are polymorphic, so you can pass
either a continuation or a block as argument to #onAnswer:
> > * Can one backtrack mutable variables within the closures that
> > are not referenced from components?
This is in fact already in Seaside (I never used this feature so far),
override #isIdenticalToSnapshot: to control if a object has changed in
respect to backtracking.
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