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Re: Tiny Frameworks

by kyle (Abbot)
on Oct 01, 2007 at 01:39 UTC ( #641831=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Tiny Frameworks

I consider an object base class (such as Ovid's) to be a framework. One I've worked with before is Class::Std, so I went looking for others referring to that module as a framework. I found these two and then stopped going through the results:

So I don't think this conception of "framework" is so far out of the ordinary.

I think the rant and other comments by Anonymous Monk/Peter Pei have been poorly conceived and poorly delivered. The best thing I could say about all that hot air is that it motivated me to say I enjoyed this article and thanks to Ovid for writing it!

Ever since Beyond Inside-Out, I've wanted (but not needed) a framework built around Anno's Alter ego objects. Ovid's article gives me some more to think about.

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Re^2: Tiny Frameworks
by Cop on Oct 01, 2007 at 15:58 UTC

    I cealrly doubt your logic. You did a search, and there popped up some posts that might support Ovid's and your idea, bingo here you go. You said "(not) out of the ordinary", your ordinary is obviously not so ordinary.

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