[squeak-dev] Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: [ANN] Minecraft Bindings - Minecraft.zip (0/1)

Bob Arning arning315 at comcast.net
Wed Mar 6 15:06:17 UTC 2013

The pool approach is probably good, but I'm always a little leery of 
things stored in different ways and places. Since the system browser, 
optimized for looking at classes and methods, is the primary tool for 
most of us, I tend to prefer ways to work within that context. Defining 
pool variables and then defining methods to return those variables does 
seem a bit much, but what about dispensing with the pool variables and 
auto-generating methods like:


     ^#(35 12)

These methods could be grouped in categories to facilitate browsing for 
interesting textures/objects/whatchamacallums. For most of us browsing 
for senders is a bit more natural than browsing for references to pool 
variables. FWIW.


On 3/6/13 9:43 AM, Louis LaBrunda wrote:
> Yes it is.  But at the time I thought (my mistake) Bert wanted/suggested
> that I create instance side messages to his Minecraft class.  That would
> require it having the pool dictionary defined before the methods could be
> added and I kind of wanted it to be all automatic.  As it turns out Bert is
> happy with just the pool dictionary and people can add/use it wherever they
> like.

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