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- Subject: Tag methods questions
- From: "Eric Ries" <eries@...>
- Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 20:47:05 -0700
I've got a quick tag method question. If I've got the "index" tag method set
for a table (say "foo"), I can get a function called whenever someone writes
and member is nil. I can then dispatch this call based on knowledge of the
index name (in this case the string "member").
However, for the case of foo.member(bar) (or foo:member(bar)), what is the
correct way to intercept this call? It seems to me that I lose the
information that "someone tried to call function 'member' on table 'foo'" if
I use the function tag method.
What is the 'correct' lua way to handle this case?