On Apr 5, 2012, at 2:01 PM, Jonathan Schleifer wrote:
> What about namespace.selector?
> [obj some.namespace.fooWithBar: bar];
> [obj performSelector: @selector(some.namespace.fooWithBar:)];
> Then it would at least be consistent ;).
See previous discussion: how do you create a selector that is not attached to a namespace? @selector(nil.fooWithBar:) implies that fooWithBar: is in a namespace called "nil", but that's a misunderstanding. @selector(.fooWithBar:) is almost indistinguishable from @selector(fooWithBar:), yet means something different—in fact, it could easily be misunderstood to imply that .fooWithBar is in some sort of "anonymous namespace" a la C++, which does not exist: all namespaces are peers, including the `default` namespace. It's just that `default` gets special treatment.
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