Re: [vos-d] Re: [OFF] typing

2006-03-14 Thread Reed Hedges
On Tue, Mar 14, 2006 at 03:26:28PM +0800, Lalo Martins wrote: Not really... you can *emulate* dynamic typing on a more static language like C++, but you only get dynamic typing between subclasses of a given root point (RefCounted in the case of VOS, IIRC). In fact, vRef is one of the best

[vos-d] Re: [OFF] typing

2006-03-13 Thread Lalo Martins
And so says Peter Amstutz on 14/03/06 14:23... That said, there's probably a crossing-over point, where projects below some size are better served with a dynamic type system, and projects above that size are better server with a static type system. The point could also be made that certain

Re: [vos-d] Re: [OFF] typing

2006-03-13 Thread Hugh Perkins
Lalo, On 3/14/06, Lalo Martins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And you can constrain even that using slots.If you're interested,contact me in private :-) otherwise, just record the fact that it's possible.(A class with slots makes all attribute assignments failunless the attribute name is in the slots