On Mon, May 07, 2007 at 08:12:29PM -0700, Craig Latta wrote:
Those are part of Spoon. The first of those is only called in
response to interactive human decision. I'm interested in problems with the second, though (but it only touches method trailer bytes, I'm not terribly concerned about it).
If you adopt the changes I did for the base VMMaker, then use the methods in ObjectMemory category "oop comparison" to do the comparisons, i.e. use #oop:isLessThan: rather than #<. This will do the type casting without upsetting the slang inliner.
BTW did any of you try the slang browser at http://wiki.squeak.org/squeak/5916? It's a lot more convenient than generating a new interp.c every time you change a method.