From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-03-26 04:00:37
David Abrahams wrote:
> > I've came across these problems:
> > 1. Calling
> > [ regex.split "/.." / ]
> > returns a list of 1 element, while calling
> > [ regex.split "../" / ]
> > returns a list of two elements, the second one being empty string. Is
> > there a good reason for this asymmetry?
> Not that I can think of. Feel free to fix it if you can.
Fixed and comitted. Returns a list of two elements in both cases.
> > 2. When using the "class" module, I have no idea how to call a derived
> > method. It is possible at all? Should we add this ability?
> Not sure what you mean by "call a derived method".
One that was derived. Is 'inherited' a better word?
> Each instance is a
> module with all of the most-derived methods in its rule set. Maybe you
> mean "call a base method?"
> Do you need this capability for something?
I wish I had it once when doing something with abstract targets. I'll explain
the situation in detail when I need it again.
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