On Tue, May 03, 2005 at 07:59:19AM -0400, Aaron Sherman wrote:
: I like the idea that $.foo ALWAYS means the $.foo in the current class.
: Anything else gets very ugly later on.

Well, since I'm not going with & for "self", I'm probably not going with
the $.foo meaning anything outside of the class either.

: On a side note about auto-accessors, if I say:
:       class X {
:               has $.foo;
:       }
:       class Y is X {
:               has %.foo;
:       }
: What happens to the accessors for X.foo?

Overridden just like any such method.


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