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cadrian commented Mar 29, 2013

add indexing on features

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Why not depreciate "indexing" and replace it by "note" ?

Why not depreciate "indexing" and replace it by "note" ?

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I don't care about such naming. "note" is as good as "indexing" - for a first time implementation it may be a bit better to have "note", but as there already is eiffel code using "indexing" it's a bit worse to have "note". As "note" is the ECMA notation, I'd vote for this.

  • add support for "note" in the compiler
  • add "note" it in check assertions as defined in ECMA 8.9.17
  • add note clauses in our libs
  • replace "indexing" by "note" in the wrapper generator
  • add handling of "note" in eiffeldoc

So I think this will not make it into adler and not even bell.
@cadrian to add "indexing" on features you thought of putting it between "is" (or "obsolete", if available) and the precondition, right?

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ramack commented Apr 10, 2013

I don't care about such naming. "note" is as good as "indexing" - for a first time implementation it may be a bit better to have "note", but as there already is eiffel code using "indexing" it's a bit worse to have "note". As "note" is the ECMA notation, I'd vote for this.

  • add support for "note" in the compiler
  • add "note" it in check assertions as defined in ECMA 8.9.17
  • add note clauses in our libs
  • replace "indexing" by "note" in the wrapper generator
  • add handling of "note" in eiffeldoc

So I think this will not make it into adler and not even bell.
@cadrian to add "indexing" on features you thought of putting it between "is" (or "obsolete", if available) and the precondition, right?

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Yes. Anyway "is" could become optional as ECMA removed it. (see #90).

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cadrian commented Apr 10, 2013

Yes. Anyway "is" could become optional as ECMA removed it. (see #90).

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