deficience in Squeak
scott.wallace at squeakland.org
Sat Nov 22 06:21:29 UTC 2003
> >> What is more, if a new method contains
> >> unknown methods, which will be defined in the future,
> >> then it can not be accepted. I think it is not convinient for
> >> developing application.
>> You can still accept anyway. But it's a drag that the system often tries to
> > help so intrusively. This is one of the things I like least in Squeak.
>That's actually one of the features of Squeak I really like...it
>frequently saves me from mis-spelled selectors. In other dialects, I
>often don't find such mis-spellings until I start testing my code.
...and with a couple of minutes of effort, anyone who considers the
spellchecker too intrusive can easily disable it. Though it's hard
to imagine how anyone's squeaking life could ever be better without
the spellchecker than with it.
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