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On Apr 4, 2012, at 4:14 PM, Quincey Morris wrote:
Since when does Obj-C avoid the use of punctuation? That gives me more of an AppleScript vibe than Obj-C.
Also, this would not facilitate having a class in one namespace descend from a class in another namespace. With Kyle’s notation you could do:
@interface someNS.MyClass : someOtherNS:SomeSuperClass
but if the whole thing is to be suffixed with “in namespace”, it seems that it would force everything to be in the same namespace, which would sort of defeat the point, unless you want to have “@interface MyClass in someNS : SomeSuperClass in someOtherNS”, which to me looks verbose and ugly.
Just my two cents.
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