[BUG][FIX] two methods in MultiCharacter search a class in the
Boris.Gaertner at gmx.net
Thu Dec 2 23:08:57 UTC 2004
From: "Yoshiki Ohshima" <Yoshiki.Ohshima at acm.org>
> > EncodedCharSet>>charSetAt: answers a class. Unicode is also
> > a class,
> This is correct.
> > to find out whether charset is located in the class tree that
> > starts with Unicode, we have to write:
> > (charset isKindOf: Unicdoe)
> > The added 'class' is badly wrong; it takes us into the metaclass
> > hierarchy where the check answers false.
> > Same for MultiCharacter>>asUnicodeChar.
> I guess we should add a boolean method to EncodedCharSet's class
> side, and test the return value. Using #isKindOf: in this kind of
> (huh?) method doesn't too much sense.
> What do you think?
I fear that I fail to fully understand what you plan to do.
A code snippet would help.
> If it is ok, I'll post a fix along this idea.
> > Greetings,
> Thank you, always,
> -- Yoshiki
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