World sensitivity (was Re: [updates] 35 more for 2.8alpha)
arning at charm.net
Sun Apr 30 18:43:54 UTC 2000
On Sun, 30 Apr 2000 20:13:23 +0200 Stefan Matthias Aust <sma at 3plus4.de> wrote:
>Actually, I think it isn't needed. It's a handy reference but every morph
>can be asked for its world by using #world already.
Assuming that morph is in the world already.
>To add new morphs to
>the world, one could ask the (actually one) hand morph for the
>world. (BTW, I bet that not all code in morphic can deal with the fact
>that there could be more than one hand)
>David, I think you're right. One could remove the global and replace its
>references with a few new methods.
That's a good idea, but it still leaves the question of where those few methods will find the world. Object>>currentWorld starts out:
World ifNotNil: [^ World].
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