Compressed or otherwise strange sources (was Re: Sq 3.9-7061 broken
tim at rowledge.org
Mon Oct 9 23:54:06 UTC 2006
On 9-Oct-06, at 3:50 PM, Marcus Denker wrote:
> In Preferences>>class there is:
> compileAccessMethodForPreference: aPreference
> "Compile an accessor method for the given preference"
> self class compileSilently: (aPreference name, '
> ^ self valueOfFlag: #', aPreference name, ' ifAbsent: [',
> aPreference defaultValue storeString, ']') classified: 'standard
> This will result in methods with a trailer of #(0 0 0 0)...
Interesting. That seems like a mistake to me. Surely any method that
can appear in the browsers really ought to have properly set
sourcecode, just out of politeness.
Anyway, what I'm trying to establish is that there are no methods
with compress or otherwise strange sources in the image. No source
at all is ok I suppose, so long as I know about it.
My current test is :
SystemNavigation default allMethodsNoDoitsSelect:[:cm|
cm last between: 1 and: 251]
which is an empty collection. So I *think* from checking up with
CompiledMethod>endPC etc that I can feel sure all is ok.
It seems that all methods have the new property stuff added. What I'm
hoping to do is move the source reference into the properties, where
once it is a proper object and not a poorly fudged integer of
strongly assumed nature, it can be extend to do any interesting
tim Rowledge; tim at rowledge.org; http://www.rowledge.org/tim
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