[Meta] Standard packages?
stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Mon Jul 23 15:13:44 UTC 2007
Like in VisualWorks. Damien have a look at the example on the Pragma
On 23 juil. 07, at 12:21, Damien Cassou wrote:
> 2007/7/23, nicolas cellier <ncellier at ifrance.com>:
>> Yes, Preferences should be limited to providing some kind of
>> machinery and basic UI and IO services rather than holding the
>> state of all
>> possible packages.
>> Maybe this can even be done with some kind of <#annotation: >
>> (name is less-controversial than pragma).
>> This way, if Preferences is in the image, it interprets the
>> if not, then no harm with Undeclared or something...
> I'm not sure annotations are used for that kind of things:
> - the preference system would have to browse all methods of all
> classes to detect these annotations
> - in which method do you put the annotation?
> - in your code, how do you access the preference? and if the
> preference system is not present, how do you code this?
> Damien Cassou
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