In message <79A94AF8-08BB-42E9-862C-7B74EC8ACB44@smalltalkconsulting. com> John M McIntosh email@example.com wrote:
Well if you don't have any clear usage of it in the interpreter,
the optimization inlining step will consider it not-callable and remove it from the list of methods to generate C code for. Fortunately there is another method (the name escapes me) where you can add methods that aren't explicitly called, yet must exist.
There are several implementations of that method in classes like ObjectMemory etc and you should stick your method selector in the appropriate list. As John said, if it is 'disappearing' it's because nobody sends it or it is only sent by another method that isn't sent and so on.
tim -- Tim Rowledge, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.rowledge.org/tim It said, "Insert disk #3," but only two will fit!