On Sep 27, 2006, at 2:43 AM, Chris Withers wrote:
Jim Fulton wrote:
Yes. Most do. Soe don't because they don't create actions that
conflict with anything else.
Oh, so some directives have descriminators and others don't?
Ah, OK. Would it cause any problems to have all actions generate
descriminators and only use them for conflict checking for actions
that should do so?
That's pretty much what I suggested. The whole point of
discriminators was conflict detection. That is why I suggested
extending actions to support identifiers that could be used for
overriding or disabling even for actions (or groups of actions) that
don't otherwise conflict. This id scheme would leverage
discriminators when present.
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