[Pharo-project] could we agree to remove caseOf: and caseOf:otherwise:
stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Mon Feb 14 21:36:02 CET 2011
> Yes, I myself find the implementation hackish, but I wish I could see
> more pragmatic analysis based on exact usage of this message.
> The discussion isn't going forward, every one camping on its position.
> 1) Where is the message used ?
> 2) How would you refactor the senders ?
> 3) Does speed degrade ?
> 4) Does it matter ?
Yes I would like to know the answers :)
And also can we get rid of the inlining.
Does opal support it?
I think that inlining just reserved to a really limited amount of case and caseOf: should not be part of it.
We should have a simpler compiler and spending energy and time on real point.
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