[BUG][FIX] String containing single space breaks on #trimBlanks
( v.3 even better )
David T. Lewis
lewis at mail.msen.com
Mon Feb 9 10:39:27 UTC 2004
According to Smalltalk/X, #trimBlanks is a "Smalltalk/V compatibility"
method, so maybe it is there for a reason.
On Mon, Feb 09, 2004 at 09:00:54AM +0100, ducasse wrote:
> On 9 févr. 04, at 07:28, Julian Fitzell wrote:
> > Hmm... how about we pick one and mark the other as deprecated - then
> > we can move towards *not* having two equivalent methods...
> > I'd suggest one, but I don't think I really have any strong feeling in
> > either direction. #withBlanksTrimmed seems more appropriate for
> > something that returns a new object rather than modifying the
> > receiver, but then String isn't consistent in this regard anyway and
> > #trimBlanks is shorter... :)
> Yeap pick one and deprecate the other.
> I imagine that it should also pass the tests I wrote.
> > Julian
> > Brent Vukmer wrote:
> >> from preamble:
> >> "Change Set: String-trimBlanks-bkv
> >> Date: 7 February 2004
> >> Author: Brent Vukmer <brentvukmer at yahoo.com>
> >> v3 - now trimBlanks just calls withBlanksTrimmed. :) Not sure why
> >> String defines two equivalent methods. But withBlanksTrimmed as
> >> currently defined appears to pass all of the tests that Lukas
> >> supplied."!
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