Brian Lloyd wrote:
> > <snip, regarding aq_chain>
> >
> >    So nobody (including the various Products I have installed) uses this
> > incredibly useful attribute. I have numerous places in my source where I
> > loop through aq_parent attributes.
> A good question is whether aq_chain really should be a
> public interface.


> It was added (I think) as a debugging
> aid rather than necessarily to be used by application
> code. This is probably one for Jim to answer (I've CC'ed
> him on this).

Done. ;)

> If Jim thinks it should be part of the
> public interface, then someone should add a documentation
> bug report on this so that Amos and Michel can see that
> it is included in the right places.

Well, it is documented, along with other module goodies
in the Interfaces Wiki:

> >    It'd be nice to have even a mention in the acquisition documentation.
> > Poking around the Acquisition C source tells me that there's another
> > attribute, aq_inner, that isn't documented either.

It's documented in the Wiki too.

> I think aq_inner is a public interface - this should also
> be a doc bug report.
> Before anyone asks, note that 'aq_uncle' is _not_ part of the
> public interface, and is only an exercise in Jim having fun :^)

And Bob's your uncle.


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