From: David Cattarin (ditto_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-11 13:26:25
Andreas Huber wrote:
>>Anyway, I don't believe it is up to the state machine framework to
>>ensure that. I let the user decide how to control this since there are
>>cases where data must be kept local to a state and there are cases where
>>it is not.
>I agree that it's not up to the framework to _ensure_ proper object
>lifetime. However, I think it's up to the framework to provide support for
>scoping (see below).
>Ok, I guess this again boils down to our fundamental disagreement about what
>should be done at compile-time. I assume that all your states still "run" in
>the same compile-time context (the property map).
No, they don't. This is due to the differences in call models.
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