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This is the archive for 10 July 2011

Sunday, July 10, 2011

After a bit of experiment and talk with ppl on the channel, we have approved the idea to introduce a typed prototype programming in Falcon. While blessed dictionaries (or a kind of object we could introduce in this version) are a "random" collection of data and behavior, prototypes a-la-falcon shall be classes whose structure is mutable in runtime. The difference with respect to classes is that prototypes can be altered, and the difference with respect to typeless objects (i.e. blessed dictionaries) is that the structure of data and behavior is shared across all the instances of a prototype.