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Re: [Help-smalltalk] Creating new instance variables in a dynamically cr
Re: [Help-smalltalk] Creating new instance variables in a dynamically created class in gst-remote
Sat, 5 Sep 2015 15:13:04 -0400
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Thank you, Holger. I'll explore the options. As always, I appreciate the
On 9/5/2015 2:28 PM, Holger Freyther wrote:
On 05 Sep 2015, at 19:24, Mark Bratcher <address@hidden> wrote:
I narrowed it down specifically to the instance variable declarations. If I
simply add these declarations and nothing else, I get the error. I'm adding
instance variables using the common approach:
MyClass extend [
| newVariable | "Remove this, the error goes away"
... "Various selectors added for extension"
How can we figure out why this error occurs? I can try to put together a very
minimal Seaside app to reproduce it in that context if needed.
I am afraid it is a known issue. When using gst-remote (the scripts/Remote.st)
the Smalltalk In Smalltalk (STinST) parser is being used to parse your extension
and it doesn’t seem to handle instance variables.
With my time constraints I just maned to switch the order, load my code before
gst-remote is being used. :(
The STInST package is in packages/stinst/parser and based on the refactory
browser. With the Converter.st there are some examples. I used VisualGST in
the past to debug it but then renamed the namespace so I would use a different
parser than VisualGST is using itself. There are also some testcases that could
be serve as an example.