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Re: wish lists
Date: Wed, 24 Jul 1996 16:02:27 PDT
From: Kipp the Kidd <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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At 11:15 AM 7/24/96 PDT, jesse montrose wrote:
>At 10:35 AM 7/24/96 PDT, Kipp the Kidd wrote:
>>Yeah, verbing properties is a great idea, but it's too hard to create a verb
>>for each property, and then request that the programmers /use/ the verb
>>instead of the property. On paradigm, there is a $root_class:_* which
>>simply returns the property, and can be overridden (and often is) on any
>>child. But still the problem remains, the Programmers/Wizards, including
>>myself, *never* use obj:_prop().
>But in a case that you want to force it, you could just make the prop -r and
One of them is I often need to code with wizard perms, and I don't follow my
own verbing-properties rules.
Even worse, all my other wizards work the same way.
Another problem is that I want the :_* verb to really behave like a
property... When it's -r, it returns E_PERM... Just like a property, so I
want the verb to to behave as the property perms reflect.
The last problem is +c and -c. The C bit affects the behavior of /setting/
a property, and I have no program for setting properties, so all C will do
is cause problems.
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