Behavior >> instanceMethodsChanges
by Adrian Kuhn
There is a nice method in Behavior that is invoked when ever the
annotations of a class's methods change, would be nice to use that to
make Meta more causally connected. Would be nice if someone has time
to do that, refer to
> "One of the receiver's instance methods which has meta
> annotations changed. The method may have been removed,
> or may be about to be added. Because this action may be
> invoked many times, and because the change it reflects
> may not be completed yet, the receiver's response should
> probably be fairly limited (such as flushing a cache) rather
> than something more proactive, such as actively repopulating
> a data structure that records the state of things."
Maybe that is also useful for you, Andrea.
15 years, 5 months