On Aug 28, 10:06 am, Tim Bradshaw <t...@tfeb.org> wrote:
> On 2010-08-28 02:54:12 +0100, Jean-Claude Beaudoin said:Flavors didn't (doesn't) have a change-class that affects instances.
> > But I strongly believe that, had we used CLOS for real then its
> I'm reasonably sure that (new) flavors had all the issues that CLOS
Many years ago one of our large clients who used flavors for their
system asked us to look into the possibility of reworking flavors to
allow for a clos-like change-class. It was going to be a tough
project; unfortunately the emphasis changed and the funds for that
project dried up. If you think about it, though, one of the hardest
things to pin down in CLOS is the combination of change-class and lazy-
updating of instances. It's also one of its greatest assets.
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