[Laszlo-user] [Laszlo-dev] Do datasets really have to be in 3 places at once?
adam at laszlosystems.com
Fri Mar 24 15:41:22 EST 2006
actually, global != canvas in laszlo right now. the promotion of canvas
children to the global namespace was oliver's idea. it makes for terser
syntax, but it's a somewhat obscure feature. you can always use id. also,
if ever wanted to support embedding one laszlo app in another, it could
cause problems. we just need to deprecate it before we change it.
On Mar 24, P T Withington wrote:
> With the module proposal the 'global' namespace does not have to == the
> runtime namespace (i.e., _root for SWF, window for DHTML). Given that, should
> the global namespace (from the point of view of the LZX app) be the canvas?
> Is there a benefit to having a global namespace and the canvas in the global
> namespace, or did that just fall out of the initial implementation?
> On 2006-03-24 15:30 EST, Adam Wolff wrote:
> > in general, a named LzNode that is a child of the canvas also puts its
> > name in the global namespace. I don't recommend changing that.
> > I do think canvas.datasets should be deprecated. Just need to fix
> > LzParsedPath somehow.
> > A
> > On Mar 24, P T Withington wrote:
> > > Right now, when you create a dataset 'foo', it appears as:
> > >
> > > global.foo
> > > global.canvas.foo
> > > global.canvas.datasets.foo
> > >
> > > Do datasets really need all these aliases? Do they need to have a
> > > global alias (seems dangerous)? Do they need an alias on the canvas
> > > (perhaps, not quite as dangerous, but what's the point). Is it not
> > > sufficient to be in canvas.datasets?
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