[squeak-dev] The Trunk: Graphics-mt.404.mcz
Das.Linux at gmx.de
Fri Dec 7 07:43:14 UTC 2018
> On 07.12.2018, at 01:29, David T. Lewis <lewis at mail.msen.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 06, 2018 at 01:33:57PM -0800, Chris Cunningham wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 6, 2018 at 9:46 AM Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>
>>> On Wed 5. Dec 2018 at 23:35, marcel.taeumel <Marcel.Taeumel at hpi.de> wrote:
>>>> I think that we got used to seeing "0 at 0 corner: 10 at 10" as a rectangle.
>>>> "0 at 0 to: 10 at 10" might create a line (or an interval over points? The
>>>> :-). Yet, "0 at 0 extent: 10 at 10" could also be a line or a vector.
>>>> I like the verb-vs-noun argument. So, following Nicolas', Eliot's, and
>>>> David's thoughts, I vote for:
>>>> Point >> #center:
>>> It's decent, but I would assume that the ARGUMENT is the center, not the
>> receiver. As long as the callers name the variables well that might not be
>> a problem, but
>> 10 at 10 center: 5 at 5
>> reading it without the discussion here, which would you assume the center
>> to be? 10 at 10 or 5 at 5?
>> Maybe #centerWithExtent:?
>> 10 at 10 centerWithExtent: 5 at 5
> I think it may have been me who suggested #center: so I will say that
> I think #centerWithExtent: is more readable, and remains consistent
> with the existing #corner: and #extent: methods.
Why not both?
#centerWithExtent: AND #centerWithCorner:
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