[swift-evolution] Any consideration for directoryprivate as a compliment to fileprivate?
Gonçalo Alvarez Peixoto
goncalo.alvarezpeixoto at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 13:10:29 CST 2016
You most certainly offended no one! Quite the opposite. This being an open
source community, every contribution counts and, imho, you did nothing but
to *contribute *to swift's evolution!
Thanks for backing typeprivate proposal. We have been looking for ways to
restructure our proposal based on all the fine arguments raised by everyone
during the discussion, however we have not found time to complete it. We
will definitely keep in touch in the following days. I believe your
proposal really relates to ours. The real urge is to revisit access level
controls, if need it be, and create finer grained modifiers for better
This being said, the solution might even reduce the number of access
control modifiers and not just add one more to the pile. I think we all aim
to have the right amount of modifiers for the right amount of use cases.
Should they be organised and designed in a way that better conveys their
intent, then I believe the number will not be the number one problem.
I do agree with you. It is sometimes hard to keep track of all the
proposals/discussions being raised. While I do believe this is an open
enough forum for everyone to participate in, it can become quite hard to
have the full spectrum of discussions in sight at first glance.
2016-12-08 18:51 GMT+00:00 Tino Heth <2th at gmx.de>:
> Hi Jim,
> > This is my first use of this forum. I certainly did not mean to cause
> pain for anyone.
> I hope I didn't sound as if I was blaming you — imho it is not realistic
> to keep track of the evolution process as it is organised now, so even
> exact repetition is rather common
> > At Gonzalo's invitation I have looked over the thread for his proposal
> and I am withdrawing my request and backing his with a very heavy +1.
> This one? https://github.com/goncaloalvarez/swift-evolution/blob/master/
> > If I have offended anyone I ask their forgiveness. Since you mentioned
> it I will state that the Xcode approach to project groups is one that I
> have yet to understand the merit of.
> > Gonzalo: please let me know how I can assist you.
> I don't think anyone is offended, and imho your offer to Gonzalo is a good
> move (it's just sad that there is no established tool for such
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