[self-interest] Class::Prototyped - Fast prototype-based programming in Perl
lewis_michael at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 3 12:24:04 UTC 2001
So we'll be able so see OO code like:
###~///~~3~#$~324#3"$#£$3$34£"# = abd*^!1/g//;
thanks to perl ;)
--- Jecel Assumpcao Jr <jecel at merlintec.com> wrote:
> One small step for Self, a giant leap for Perlkind!
> Great job, guys.
> On Thursday 02 August 2001 08:12, Toby Everett
> > I see no reason why this same thing couldn't be
> done in other dynamic
> > class-based object-oriented languages. Basically,
> all one has to do
> > is write a reflection system that uses the Self
> semantics and
> > translates those into the native inspection
> I am not sure about this. Most languages that are
> "loose enough" for
> this kind of messing around are already prototype
> based (Lua, for
> example). How would you do this in Smalltalk? I have
> no idea whether
> Python or Ruby have the needed hooks.
> -- Jecel
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