[Pharo-project] 1.2: class var #Instance not allowed
marcus.denker at inria.fr
Thu Feb 3 18:09:42 CET 2011
On Feb 3, 2011, at 6:01 PM, Sean P. DeNigris wrote:
>>>>>> One more problem: if some class have a class variable named #Instance,
>>>>>> it is not loadable anymore.
> Janko Mivšek wrote:
>> Proceeding on this exception actually continue and successfully load Aida.
> So the class can be loaded, and that solves the original problem, right?
> The current behavior seemed right to me. I think it's good to know that you
> will be hiding a global by using a certain class variable name. Maybe the
> issue is that the message isn't clear enough, like it could be "There is
> global defined with this name, click proceed to add anyway"? Or something to
> make it more clear that this is a warning and you have to make your own
Hmm... normally these warnings should be suppressed when loading code automatically
in non-interactive mode (that is, monticello loads code vs. accepting in the browser).
In the browser, we want lots of warnings. When we compile code, we just want Transcript
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