Patrick Lauer wrote:
On Thursday 14 May 2009 20:39:07 Ciaran McCreesh wrote:
On Thu, 14 May 2009 20:06:51 +0200
Patrick Lauer <patr...@gentoo.org> wrote:
Let EAPI be defined as (the part behind the = of) the first line of
the ebuild starting with EAPI=
Uh, so horribly utterly and obviously wrong.
where foo is both a global and a non-global eclass that sets metadata.
Interesting, but quite subtly wrong. I'm surprised that you try to slip such
an obvious logical mistake in in an attempt to save your arguments.
Patrick, in the interest of making this comprehensible to the average
schmuck like me, which you seem to be trying to do, could you actually
explain WHY this is wrong? Otherwise it looks like you are simply trying
the arrogant "I am right because I say so" line.
If you're looking for a formally correct alternative that works in the
way you suggest, I already provided one, and you already read about it
-- and it still doesn't solve the problems that 55 does.
And glep55 doesn't solve the problem either. It's neither formal nor correct,
plus in this case ... what on earth are you trying to communicate?
Again, see my previous comment.
It's obviously quite specifically not. Can you show any case where that fails
or where adding this restriction removes relevant functionality?
We can encode all the relevant info in "the first line of the ebuild
starting with EAPI="
No we can't. That's *obviously* completely wrong.
Both of you need to explain your opinions here.
Just my thoughts,