"ts" <decoux / moulon.inra.fr> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:200403071546.i27FkgK20961 / moulon.inra.fr...
> >>>>> "T" == Tim Hunter <cyclists / nc.rr.com> writes:
>
> T> Today I see that I my original post was terse to the point of being
> T> incomprehensible. What I was trying to ask was "How do I support the
> T> freeze method in my C extension? That is, suppose a script calls the
> T> freeze method on one of my objects, and then uses a method that
modifies
> T> that object. What should I do?"
>
>  raise an error.
>
> T> To confirm my plan I started looking at the code for the standard
> T> libraries that are written in C, but I saw very few calls to
> T> rb_check_frozen. This makes me wonder, have I misunderstood how to
support
> T> frozen objects in C?
>
>  No, but like said previously by "daz" <dooby / d10.karoo.co.uk>, in many
>  case a C extension will use the standard API function and ruby will make
>  the test.

Wouldn't it be more precise to say that those standard API methods will make
the test?  I mean, the interpreter won't know which methods are "const" and
which aren't, but those methods will know.

Just my 0.02 EUR...

    robert