[r-t] Extensions and calls acting on more than one row
Earisp at rsc.org
Wed Oct 27 11:04:30 UTC 2004
Richard: "I've already got a program to do this...I'm more than happy to
make the source code of this avaliable and/or put it on the web as a CGI
script if either of these would be helpful"
I think putting a CGI script online would be a super idea.
Andrew Craddock: "perhaps the MC's time might be productively spent in
preparing a suite of test cases which could validate Richard's (or
anyone elses) software."
I think Chelsea Delight Minor and Thursday Maximus are the usual test
Anyway, all this talk of Grandsire and the helpful consultative methods
committee makes me want to ask a question that has been puzzling me:
I think it's fair to say that most people agree that a call is not part
of the definition of a method. Indeed, CC Decision (E)-A-2 says:
"A call is a means of passing from one course of a method to another. It
is effected by altering the places made between two or more consecutive
rows, without altering the length of a lead. It is not part of the
definition of the method."
So why don't the Decisions change so that a call can only act over one
row? This is surely logical, and would instantly solve several
problems. I might have written this on a beer mat when I was drinking
with PABS the evening before the recent committee meeting for him to
take along, but I can't remember.
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