Moritz Lenz wrote:
I've found 2 different ways to misspell hierarcha^Whierachi^W*sigh*
already while stubbing that flag into Rakudo yesterday. So I'd happily
see it become tree. If there's no objections soonish, let's change it to
Jon Lang wrote:
@@ -1836,6 +1836,12 @@
prototype objects, in which case stringification is not likely to
produce something of interest to non-gurus.)
+The C<.^parents> method by default returns a flattened list of all
+parents sorted in MRO (dispatch) order. Other options are:
+ :local just returns the immediate parents
+ :hierarchical the inheritance heirarchy as nested arrays
Bad Huffman coding, IMHO. Could we s/hierarchical/tree/?
Huffman coding? How often do you you call meta object methods?
Anyway, I agree that :tree would be nicer (notice that "hierarchical" is
sufficiently hard to type so it's typed wrongly in 50% of the