From: Hurd, Matthew (hurdm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-04-02 00:53:24
> On Behalf Of David Bergman
> Sent: Friday, 2 April 2004 2:37 PM
> To: boost_at_[hidden]
> Subject: RE: [boost] Re: Policy or Trait?
> I wrote:
> > So, for me it is pretty easy, traits *only* describes
> > Model-invariant parts of Concept Features while policies
> > furnish Models of Concepts.
> Skipping all the GP stuff: traits DESCRIBE and policies ACT.
Nice and simple.
Gennadiy Rozental disagrees though. He gives the example of how to
print something as a trait but this acts.
A type in a trait could also be a description or reference of an action
to take even more indirectly.
To me the description of the action and the action is not clear cut.
When describing the action is a level of indirection really necessary to
make it a trait?
I can see both cases...
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