[squeak-dev] autoAccessors broken in 4.1 rc5
asqueaker at gmail.com
Sun Apr 18 16:12:10 UTC 2010
I don't understand how these sorts of fragments get into the image.
When you look at 3.9, the only senders of autoAccessors are for a
remove-script apparently to get rid of it.
So my question is: Given that we are all trying to make the image
smaller and cleaner, how did this happen?
We know better than to half-introduce a feature or half-remove a
feature. What happened here and do we need to consider additional
quality-control measures to catch these sorts of things?
Here is one example: Before I version anything in MC, I review the
"Changes" list, and review every single change, to understand and
confirm why it was made. I *assume* that everyone else does this too;
but then I won't tell you what my mother told me about "assume"..
2010/4/16 Stéphane Rollandin <lecteur at zogotounga.net>:
> Preferences autoAccessor when turned on seems to break badly the Object
> #doesNotUnderstand logic.
> try this is the latest image:
> Preferences enable: #autoAccessors.
> 5 annoyWith: 7
> (beware it will hang the image for good)
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