Hi,

In message "Re: Local variables & blocks"
    on 03/02/03, ahoward <ahoward / fsl.noaa.gov> writes:

|On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Yukihiro Matsumoto wrote:
|
|> In the current behavior.  'i' will not be block local, so that it will be
|> shared in my proposal.
|
|i like all of your plan _except_ this.  i'm not a brilliant programmer, but
|nor am a stupid one, and that seems like it would take something that always
|seems to end up being harder than it ought (threaded progamming) and makes it
|harder.  the fact that anything i create end up in my parent and siblings
|seems difficult to grasp and coordinate for mere mortal programmers like
|myself.

Hmm, so what is better behavior do you think?  I think explicit block
local variables (using block parameters) work OK for threads too.

							matz.