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- Subject: Re: Packaging and importing
- From: Chris Marrin <chris@...>
- Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 07:27:05 -0700
Javier Guerra wrote:
On Tuesday 16 August 2005 5:27 pm, Chris Marrin wrote:
Does it have to be done at compile time? Couldn't the import function
simply iterate over all the members of math and put them in the local
namespace? Or is that not possible somehow?
i think locals, like fuction parameters, have no run-time names; only numbered
I am using the wrong term. When I say "locals" I mean properties of the
"local namespace", which is the environment being used by a particular
function. So, if I have module 'a' and I want to import some or all of
its properties into the environment of a function, I would just copy the
property references from the module to the environment. They are both
just tables, right?
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