You can always write a macro that does that.[...] That won't work on a method name anyway unless you do it in thedispatch class. [...] You'll have to write your own macro if you want to do that.
As I understood, you wrote down, how I can workaround it with macros, and why it wouldn't work well. As I see, there's no a nice solution to alias a method or a sub, even with macros.
But you didn't wrote, why are you against the 'alias'? Bye, Andras