What rules to follow to avoid block-closure problems?

Randal L. Schwartz merlyn at stonehenge.com
Mon Jan 14 02:42:28 UTC 2008

>>>>> "itsme213" == itsme213  <itsme213 at hotmail.com> writes:

itsme213> I think #fixTemps fixes block-closure shortcomings only for some
itsme213> cases. e.g.  I had posted an example recently that failed despite
itsme213> #fixTemps. Hope it won't stay this way for too much longer ...

Did you miss the part where I said:

"The point is that BlockContext>>#fixTemps is (a) a hack (doesn't work EVERY
time) "

Please read more carefully next time.

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