I am sorry for interrupting this conversation... but
| s |
s := 'Hello, ''Funny'' World'.
s displayString = s *"false"* and not true!
On 11 April 2018 at 21:53, Stephane Ducasse <stepharo.s...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes I think that
> | s |
> s := 'Hello, ''Funny'' World'.
> s displayString = s. "true"
> s printString = s. "false"
> is ok and widgets should use displayString.
> On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 5:28 PM, Esteban A. Maringolo
> <emaring...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Isn't #displayString implemented in terms of #displayOn: the same way
> > #printString is implemented in terms of "printOn:"?
> > And in the case of String #displayString should return the receiver (it
> > is, self), so the following should be true.
> > | s |
> > s := 'Hello, ''Funny'' World'.
> > s displayString = s. "true"
> > s printString = s. "false"
> > Regards,
> > On 10/04/2018 12:21, Denis Kudriashov wrote:
> >> Hi.
> >> According to the comment of #displayString it should be used as default
> >> textual representation of objects in the UI:
> >> "While printString is about to give a detailled information about an
> >> object, displayString is a message that should return a short
> >> string-based representation to be used by list and related UI
> >> frameworks. By default, simply return printString."
> >> "asString should not be implemented in Object, and kept for
> >> conversion between strings, symbols, text and characters."
> >> But String itself does not respect this message:
> >> 'some string' displayString " ==> '''someString''' "
> >> Is it bug? Or is there any reason for this?
> >> Best regards,
> >> Denis
> > --
> > Esteban A. Maringolo