Ok I will reintroduce (above below as next previous)
On Dec 16, 2008, at 2:59 PM, Tudor Girba wrote:
is used just to specify the sequence of Associations as
they appear in the code.
Not sure I get it (currently, we do nothing about it in the
importer). Do you mean we can have for example: an Invocation after
an Access after a Reference? It's ok then although it does not make
sense for inheritance.
If it's about sequence, I prefer previous/next terms.
As for above/below, we thought that a polymorphic
source/target access at the Association level would help: from/to
sounds good (overridden in subclasses to call accessor/variable,
I suggest to do like we did for belongsTo. beglonsTo is now derived
from the actual values. So, the values will still be stored in
instance variables like accessor/variable, subclass/superclass,
sender/receiver, and then from/to will return the values stored in