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- Subject: Re: OOBit
- From: Christopher Eykamp <chris@...>
- Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2010 09:30:58 -0700
Could one think of the oobit patch as a sort of "inverse static"
marker? In Java, for example, you can mark a method static, and, in
essence, it won't get a self object. In some ways, everything in Lua is
static by default, except when using the colon notation, and the oobit
marks them non-static.
Is this a logical way to think about this patch?