Jeff Rush wrote:
Frank Burkhardt wrote:
On Tue, Dec 13, 2005 at 02:02:05PM +0100, Andreas Elvers wrote:
what the rationale of @@ anyway ? I've searched for a definition for
this in the Developer Handbook and elsewhere but it's hard to search
for @@ and view.
@@ marks a given path component explicitely as a view of the previous
Could mean either "The object named 'contents.html' in the root
(if there is no such object) "The 'contents.html' view (List of contained
objects) of the root folder" - the object is preferred.
Will always display the list of contained objects of the root folder -
if there's a object 'contents.html' or not.
Hmm, but the '@@' is optional, as I can leave it off and still get the
contents.html view if there is no object named contents.html in that
This would seem to confuse developers, as if there IS an accidental
collision of an item name with a view that is unknown to the developer,
it will return the view out of nowhere.
No, it will return the view.
Shouldn't the '@@' should be *required* on views to avoid this ambiguity?
This is a matter of policy. It is straightforward to change. Many people hate
@@ and the ++view++name syntax. They will often arrange their item and view
names so that they don't overlap.
It might be nice to have easily-configured alternate policies. For example:
- require @@, as you suggest
- log a warning, or possible raise an error in development mode, if, when you
get an item, you also find a view with the same name.
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