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- Subject: Re: Object system
- From: Brian Weed <bw@...>
- Date: Mon, 06 Dec 2004 13:37:50 -0500
David Given wrote:
Yes. I have objects bound from C++, and I would prefer to use a dot to
derefence them instead of the colon. And, I am open to modifying Lua to
I am looking for C code that understands the difference between a
library of functions, and an object with methods, but handles the
difference transparently so that a dot can be used in both cases.
Perhaps this can't be done if it is the parser that is doing the sugar
magic, and the object is not known at parse time. I don't know. I was
just wondering if other people have done this?
On Monday 06 December 2004 18:04, Brian Weed wrote:
Raffaele Salmaso wrote:
The nice thing is that I've removed the ':' syntatic sugar, now you
must use only the '.' operator.
Speeking of the colon, does anyone here have a patch for Lua that
actually does allow the dot to be used in place of the colon for
I'm not entirely sure what you mean here; do you mean you want to be able to
call methods using . (as in Raffaele's OO system)?