mission critical apps; was Re: cross platform ide
Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Sun Feb 8 20:41:50 CST 2004
Your the man, Ken.
On Feb 8, 2004, at 8:35 PM, Ken Norris wrote:
>> Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2004 07:07:27 -0700
>> From: Rob Cozens <rcozens at pon.net>
>> Subject: Re: mission critical apps; was Re: cross platform ide
>> So Alex, the bottom line is Transcript gives the developer more
>> options and more options = more opportunity for developer error?
>> If the intended objet does not receive the message, the programmer
>> screwed up.
> Fascinating thread....at least for a boneheaded arty type like me (I am
> always learning), but the above makes sense.
> If it simply has to get there overnight (Oh, wait, that's someone
> slogan ;-)), I simply close off everything else in the hierarchy by
> nil or kill messages in the path, and using unique names and ID's. The
> message --> the object. The message is now on a rail, can't go anywhere
> I admit, the models I use are much more simplistic than you fellers
> seem to
> be describing, but I never had one miss or get lost if I did it like I
> My $0.0000000002
> Ken N.
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