[Seaside] Join forces
ramon.leon at allresnet.com
Tue Aug 29 22:13:10 UTC 2006
> Exactly. I like #type because of its shortness, though a
> description is not really the same as a type. #definition
> seems to be rather common in the Smalltalk Behavior
> hierarchy, as well it is heavily used in Monticello and
> OmniBrowser. I like #descriptor, but again it is used by OmniBrowser.
Just looking in my image, there's a ton of classes using #description, and
it's pretty much always a string, which is what I'd expect, and the same
reason I want to use it as such. Any time I see the word description, my
expectation is a string describing the object in question. Even the
WAStoreItem from Seaside's demo store uses it, something that'd scream to be
used as a model in Magritte.
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