On 06/11/2010 04:58 AM, Frank wrote:
> Eric M. Ludlam schrieb:
>> Hi Frank,
>> To make sure I didn't miss anything, does this mean your questions are
>> all answered?
> Nope not really.
> If I evaluate (func 666) then the result is "func foo :after 666".
> Obviously this call is dispatched to a method which is defined for
> objects of class foo but 666 is not such an object. This looks wrong to
> me. Please correct me if this is not the case (as I'm a beginner with
Thanks for persisting. I was able to run your example today and see
what you were talking about. I checked in a change for EIEIO to make it
first robust to problems of calling (func 666) with a non-class, and
then I also got it to find the right method implementation.
This was always meant to work, but there was no test for that case, and
EIEIO regressed at some point.