[squeak-dev] Hit end of changes file limit

stephane ducasse stephane.ducasse at free.fr
Mon Jun 2 21:08:17 UTC 2008

Traits shared compiled method with their classes except if there is a  
super (because the super refers to the superclass of the class in  
which the traits is used and not the trait itself) (may be this is  
just a cool hack we should not have done).
I plan to have a look at the implementation of andreas to see if we  
could get less intrusive traits.
But I'm flooded with admin and esug preparation.


On Jun 2, 2008, at 7:36 PM, tim Rowledge wrote:

> On 2-Jun-08, at 7:30 AM, Keith Hodges wrote:
>> I just, rather inconveniently, hit the end of the changes file limit.
> Well obviously the first thing to do is condense the changes;  
> assuming you haven't just got to a state where you've broken the  
> condensing code. DAMHIKT.
>> Can someone remind me where we got to on resolving this issue?
> I was attempting to incorporate my (ancient) compiled method format  
> related changes that allowed arbitrary file accessor objects instead  
> of nasty encrypted pseudo integers. But I got confused by problems  
> with Traits and my (lack of) understanding of them and the tools  
> inadequacy and then work got in the way and I haven't been back there.
> tim
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