What rules to follow to avoid block-closure problems?
itsme213 at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 13 06:23:53 UTC 2008
I got bitten again (this time not in my seaside code) by nested blocks not
working as expected. Ouch, debugging that was painful.
Is there a *simple* rule to follow to avoid this? Should every use of nested
blocks be replaced by a self-message (with parameters for all the block
context needed) that does the same? Would be a shame, but if it guarentees
safe code I will gladly do it.
Such a rule would be useful in the Squeak FAQ (not that I've read it :-)
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