Re: ENUM syntax
- From: Guillaume Cottenceau <gc mandrakesoft com>
- To: red criticalintegration com
- Cc: gtk-perl-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: ENUM syntax
- Date: 11 Dec 2002 14:27:01 +0100
red criticalintegration com writes:
On a side note - note that for "flags" you can :
$table2->attach($window, 0, 1, 0, 1, ['fill', 'expand'], 'shrink', 1, 1);
E.g. when a flags param has only one element, the scalar notation
Yuck! Sorry, but eeughh. :-)
Do I *have* to document that? :-)
and code excerpts.. that's why I didn't allow the '-something'
notation when I coded the enums/flags stuff.
You hate '-' notation, I like consistant data-types being passed
You got a point here :).
The scalar notation for flags was added by me because I found it
a little bit ridiculous to have the  surrounding a unique
value.. but you're right on the fact, of course.
The difference is that you're the project maintainer so your stuff
gets implemented. :-)
Well yes, mostly :).
my $window = new Gtk::Window('toplevel) vs Gtk::Window->new('toplevel')
styleism... I'll modify the docs to reflect your preference.
Do you want the docs in .pod form or .pm form?
I don't know enough on that topic to be able to emit an opinion.
Let's trust you on that matter, then.
I'll assume .pod unless said otherwise.
How would you like the files delivered? Here? via CVS?
Goran, what was your process of delivering CVS commit access'es
to new developers?
Guillaume Cottenceau - http://people.mandrakesoft.com/~gc/
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