[Laszlo-dev] how would this lzo test work?
henry.minsky at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 06:27:56 PST 2010
One of the cases you suggested for a lzo test case was
"Classes in the binary library that reference classes _not_ in the library,
either auto-includes or simply includes that are in another library. "
How would this test work? If you declare a class that is not in the library,
how do you reference it from
the library? Do you use a <include>?
What if I had an lzo library that defines a class "mylzoclass", that
subclasses some external class, should
I be able to write it with files like this?
<!-- I'm going to include this file from my main app, not as an lzo -->
<!-- I'm going to compile this file to an lzo -->
<class name="mylzoclass" extends="myexternalclass"/>
Should the compiler figure out to put the "myexternalclass" into the main
app, and the "mylzoclass" into
the lzo file?
hminsky at laszlosystems.com
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