Em Sex, 2008-12-12 às 18:40 -0600, Patrick R. Michaud escreveu: > On Fri, Dec 12, 2008 at 08:42:05PM -0300, Daniel Ruoso wrote: > > [...] > > While all the default exportation is done by the population of the > > EXPORT inner package, that doesn't happen from the outside, S11 implies > > that it happens by the calling of the EXPORTALL routine, it doesn't > > really make it clear where it comes from. > ...this was also briefly discussed (without definite resolution) > on #perl6 back in October: > http://irclog.perlgeek.de/perl6/2008-10-11#i_617227 > I'm simply providing the reference here -- I haven't looked to see > if there was any further resolution on the issue (in either IRC > or the Synopses) after that discussion.
Er... it doesn't really provides a resolution on the issue (besides TimToady saying that I think sideways), the part that says: "so Foo::Bar.method is more like $x.method than like @x.method" Would imply that EXPORTALL is a method of Object, which is rather weird... The idea of DESTROYALL being a method of Package would be sane, but I'm pretty sure it would require a different syntax, maybe Foo::Bar::.DESTROYALL. daniel