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matteo.sistisette at email.it
Thu Feb 8 17:03:18 CET 2007
> anyway, why do you want to have a litteral \'$0\' in the abstraction
> argument and not the value, that it represents, since it is actually the
> same? if i am not totally mistaken, this would only make sense, when you
> plan to save the patch with all the dynamically generated stuff
OR when the patch that will receive the message is not the same one (or a
subpatch of the one) in which you generate the message; that is, if \"$0\"
evaluates to different values in the two contexts.
This is possible, isn\'t it? This wouldn\'t necessarily involve saving....
However, I think an escaping mecanism (at least for $\'s in messages) would
indeed be vital.
WHENEVER a special character exists, an escape character should exist, just
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