[squeak-dev] Scheme continuations vs Squeak continuations

Lukas Renggli renggli at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 19:55:00 UTC 2009

> so the problem occurs when y is an instance variable, while it works fine
> with a local variable (although if you try the code above in a workspace
> without declaring the | y | in the first line, it fails)

Of course this depends on the exact implementation of your
continuation. If this the one of Seaside, then it captures
temp-variables and arguments only.

If you want to translate your Scheme example in Smalltalk you need to
declare your let-variables as temps, otherwise they are not on the
execution stack and thus not captured and restored by the Seaside


Lukas Renggli

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