On Mon, 6 Dec 2004 19:46:21 +0900, Peter
<Peter.Vanbroekhoven / cs.kuleuven.ac.be> wrote:
> > I'd disagree with this - privacy is done at the class level rather than
> > the method level. Method#private! smacks too much of having a contained
> > object know about the container.
> Maybe I'm a bit biased, having seen the underlying implementation. Method
> knows about its container, and in the end privacy is determined by both
> the class and the method, and part of a Method (bound or unbound) IMHO
> represents the combination of these two.

IMO, that's an implementation detail that shouldn't be exposed at the
metaprogramming level.

-austin
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