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Re: Re: May Thy Closures Be Blessed

by diotalevi (Canon)
on Apr 26, 2004 at 17:43 UTC ( #348271=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: May Thy Closures Be Blessed
in thread May Thy Closures Be Blessed

I am fully in support of this type of encapsulation. Programmers ought not to be fiddling with an object's member variables without being invited first. Programmers doing that deserve the heck they get from it. I do it sometimes because the implementation on CPAN wasn't precient enough to suit my needs so a mutation is needed. I also do it because it is fun.

I don't do it in places that matter. (well maybe except LWP::Simple::Cookies, LWP::Simple::Post, and B::Deobfuscate but those are exceptions and well enough defined exception areas.

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[Tux]: None work for me. My dead key is AltGr (right Alt)
[Tux]: And I just tested, neither do other Tk apps :) (95% of my Tk Apps is either just monitoring (no input) or input of just numbers). Something to investigate then
[choroba]: Maybe something like this?
[choroba]: I vaguely remember we had problems with dead keys in Tk at $work - 2, but I forgot all the details
[choroba]: but it was worse on MSWin than on Linux
[choroba]: (and OSX didn't exist yet)
[choroba]: Also, I'd try starting the App with the US layout and switch to the dead keys layout later

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