[etoys-dev] [etoys-notify] [JIRA] Created: (SQ-840) scriptnames that begin with "get" followed by an uppercase letter do not display properly in the viewer
K. K. Subramaniam
kksubbu.ml at gmail.com
Wed Oct 6 11:12:17 EDT 2010
On Wednesday 06 Oct 2010 6:05:16 pm Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> Am 06.10.2010 um 03:53 schrieb "K. K. Subramaniam" <kksubbu.ml at gmail.com>:
> > You can't have two morphs named the same. The new morph will have a
> > number appended to it to resolve the conflict. The same resolution is
> > also employed for scripts. If you try to name a script as getX, it will
> > get changed to getX1.
> But you can have very well have a script named getFoo since no such
> selector exists.
But it will become hidden when a Foo slot gets added by a vocabulary. So get*
or *: patterns are verboten in script names along with a bunch of reserved
names. These restrictions should be documented (or the entire protocol logic
We can hack this by prepending an underscore or space character to all user
script names before storing them in the methodInterface and then stripping
them before display then in scriptor or tiles. I don't know what gremlins lie
in hiding down this path. Scott, help!
> This is completely independent of not being able to name a script "getX".
> Yes that will be renamed to "getX1", which is fine. But it then should be
> displayed as "getX1" and not "get x1".
I didn't see this behavior. getFooVar will show up as fooVar in Etoys viewer
but as getFooVar in the scriptor.
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