[squeak-dev] Why does BouncingAtomsMorph fudge bounds
lenglish5 at cox.net
Sun Jan 29 06:16:45 UTC 2012
Why would you expect good documentation for THIS particular morph as
opposed to all the rest?
Not trying to be funny, so much as just pointing out that it is a
well-known issue with virtually all classes in Smalltalk, especially
those that are part of someone's pet project.
On 1/28/12 10:10 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:
> AtomMorphs take their topLeft as their position. This causes them to bounce
> past the bottom and right edges of their container by "atom width" and "atom
> height" respectively.
> Then, BouncingAtomsMorph comes to the rescue in #step with:
> r _ bounds origin corner: (bounds corner - (8 at 8)).
> Why was this done this way? Was it to make the AtomMorph's method look like
> more purely like a mathematical formula for a particle? If so, this makes
> sense, but a comment documenting the intent would be really nice.
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