On 18/06/2014 07:43, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
On 17/06/14 22:00, Bruno Medeiros wrote:

And perhaps rightly so, one could make a case that string mixins should
be used sparsely? We have to realize that string mixins are very useful,
but are a dirty hack that is a replacement for AST macros.

I fully agree, but that won't stop anyone from actually using string
mixins ;)

Well, that's acceptable: the tool could just print a warning when it finds strings mixins that it can't understand. I think the tool doesn't necessarily have to work on 100% of cases to be useful. If it can work correctly on the changes that it does do, and print a warning to the user to manually change/check the other remaining spots, it should still be useful.

Bruno Medeiros

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