On Apr 9, 2012, at 10:20 PM, Jayson Adams wrote:
> On Apr 9, 2012, at 4:44 PM, Michael Ash wrote:
>> For example, say I build an array class. Being a good citizen, I prefix it with my initials, so it's MAArray.
> Except that Apple has said that two-letter prefixes are off limits (see WWDC 2010 Session 130 - Future Proofing Your Application, about 10min in). Just include your middle initial and you avoid this problem.
Sure, unless you happen to be named George Louis Kramer, or Apple decides to introduce a framework called Major Jetlag Accounting.
>> Maybe I've missed some nice way to have the IDE disambiguate things, but it seems to me that namespaces are something Objective-C really needs in the language.
> -1 if the cost of adding them is shackling the language (and its users) with mind-numbing complexity.
Plenty of other languages do namespaces without much complexity at all, let alone the mind-numbing kind.
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